The new MCE Auto/Air Combo Adapter for PowerBook G4 and iBook is the perfect travel companion for long working road trips, allowing you to connect your laptop to a regular "cigarette lighter" auto power outlet as well as to any industry standard EmPower airplane outlet.
Let the Road (and Sky) Be Your Office
Take your PowerBook G4 or iBook on that road trip or airline flight to put the finishing touches on your work without wondering if you'll have enough battery power to complete the task. The MCE Auto/Air Combo Adapter accepts any voltage provided by a standard auto or airline power outlet — from 11 to 15 volts — and steps it up to precisely what your Apple laptop needs: 24 volts at up to 3 amps for a maximum of 72 watts of power. So it not only connects you to the power you need to run your laptop, but also to the power you need to simultaneously charge its battery so you can continue to work afterward.
It's Quite Adaptable
The MCE Auto/Air Combo adapter is really two adapters in one. Just slide off the fuse-protected auto connector from the end of the adapter and discover the EmPower airline connector underneath, ready to be of service. In either case, a built-in LED lights up to show when you have a live power source.
The Perfect Travel Companion
The last thing you want is for any of your computer gear to overload you when you're traveling! Weighing in at a virtually unnoticeable 5 ounces and measuring just 0.8 x 1.7 x 3.7 inches, you'll need to check twice to make sure it's in your laptop carrying case!
Airlines Providing Laptop Power Ports
The MCE Auto/Air Combo Adapter plugs into the standard cigarette lighter socket found on pretty much every automobile ever made. As for the airlines, we've comprised an ongoing list, shown below, of airlines and their aircraft that provide power ports. If you have new information regarding power port availability aboard specific airlines or aircraft let us know by e-mail and we'll update our list!
|Aer Lingus||A330-200, A330-300||Business|
|AeroMexico||757-200, 767-200, 767-300||All Classes|
|Air Canada||A330, A340-500, Select A340, 767-300ER||First|
|Select A319, A320, A321||Business|
|Select seats on Select A319, A320, A321||Economy|
|Air New Zealand||A320||Business|
|747, 777||Prem Economy|
|American||727-200, 737-800, 757-200, 757-200, 767-200, 767-200ER, 767-300, 777-200, A300, A300ER, F-100, MD-11, MD-80||All Classes|
|Australian Airlines||A340, A330||Business|
|Aviacsa||No Info Yet|
|British Airways||747-400, 777-200ER, Some 767||First
|Cathay Pacific||Entire Fleet||All Classes|
|Continental||767-200, 767-400, 777-200||First
|767-400 (H) (Rows 10-15), 767 (Rows 16-23), 777 (Rows 17-23)||Economy|
|Delta||737-800, 757-200, 757-200 SA, 767-300, 767-400, 767ER, 777-232||All Classes|
|El Al||777-200, 747-400||First
|Mexicana||No Info Yet|
|United Airlines||767-300, 747-400, 777, Select 757 and A320||First
|All Transcontinental Aircraft||All Classes|
|US Airways||A319, A320, A321, A330||All Classes|
|Virgin||747-200, 747-400, A340-300||First Class|