Evolv is at it again with another version of their famous DNA chip. The DNA75 is more of a revision to the DNA200 chip than it is a new design; it is not meant to replace the DNA200, just accompany it to give modders more options.
Firing up to 75 watts and outputting up to 35 amps, this chip works with a single cell battery source instead of a three cell battery source. This allows modders to design their boxes around the more popular 18650 or 26650 batteries instead of requiring a LiPo or an awkward three 18650 battery arrangement. Don’t get me wrong, the Reuleaux DNA200 is a fantastic mod, but not every modder wants to be forced to use these options and not all users want to maintain a marriage of three batteries.
Just like the DNA200, this chip will still have all of the same awesome temperature control features as well as the ability to use their EScribe software for further customization.
The first box slated to use the DNA75 chip is the HCigar Vi75. It will require a single 26650 battery and will be available in red and black finishes. Stay tuned for more information.