MENLO PARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Power electronics innovator FINsix Corporation (FINsix) received numerous industry awards for the miniature, lightweight 65W Laptop Adapter which it unveiled at the 2014 International CES show in Las Vegas last week.
Judges used a range of criteria including user value, level of innovation, aesthetics, and the likelihood of real-world success to determine the award winners. “We are thrilled to be honored by these prestigious consumer electronics organizations,” said Joseph Scarci, vice president sales and marketing at FINsix Corporation. “FINsix’s Very High Frequency (VHF) power conversion technology is a game-changer and the recognition that we have received at CES is further validation of its significant market potential.” The list of awards includes:
- Laptop Magazine named FINsix the Best Start-Up at CES.
- Notebooks.com selected FINsix for its Best Overall Accessory at CES Award.
- The Consumer Electronics Association® (CEA) selected FINsix as a 2014 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award honoree in the Portable Power category.
- Envisioneering chose FINsix as an Innovation Award recipient.
- Showstoppers LaunchIt selected FINsix as runner-up in its Pitch Contest.
- Engadget selected FINsix as a Best Start-Up at CES finalist.
The 65W FINsix Adapter is 4x smaller and 6x lighter than today’s laptop adapters. Mobile professionals, students, and other people on-the-go will appreciate the incredible portability of this adapter. FINsix will begin production of its miniature 65W adapter in mid-2014.
About FINSix Corporation
FINsix Corporation, the worldwide leader in VHF power conversion technology (30 to 300MHz switching frequency), is bringing to market highly miniaturized power conversion products that offer high power density and excellent performance. This disruptive technology is transforming power delivery for consumer electronics. FINsix was founded in 2010 as a spinout from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology LEES Laboratory. The company has 20 issued and pending patents. FINsix is based in Menlo Park, CA. For more information, visit www.FINsix.com.