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Belkin 40W Home And Office Laptop Power Adapter

£8.99 at Play

* Unit Dimensions (Maximum): 61.5mm X 111.5mm X 24.2mm
* Input voltage: 90 ~ 264Vac RMS (100-240Vac nominal)
* Output Voltage: 10.5Vdc - 19Vdc
* Output Current (Continuous): [email protected]
* Output power 40W MAX
* USB output 4.25W (5V x 0.85A)
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#1
40w is underpowered. Most laptops operate on 90w, possibly netbooks might run on it but otherwise its useless.
#2
40w? is this just for netbooks?
#3
Does this include the USB tip?
#4
It is for netbooks

"Using 5 different and intercheangeable tips this power adapter works with most known netbook brands such as Asus, Acer/Dell, Hp, Samsung and Toshiba.

Extra USB power/charging port (5V) for mobile devices (phones and MP3). "
#5
Sharpe
40w is underpowered. Most laptops operate on 90w, possibly netbooks might run on it but otherwise its useless.
Most laptops operate at 65W but I agree, this is still for netbooks only.
#6
So is this OK to charge a hungry laptop battery when fully powered off?
#7
ciro
So is this OK to charge a hungry laptop battery when fully powered off?


I'm also curious to know whether it will charge my lappie once the battery is critically low - at least for 30 mins more usage or so.
#8
Assuming that the battery takes more than 40W while charging, I would feel unhappy about doing this because you don't know how the power supply will behave in an overload situation. It may cut out completely until the mains is removed and restored, in which case your battery won't charge at all. The battery may charge at the maximum the charger can supply. Or the battery charging circuit may be unhappy about the voltage starting to drop, and refuse to charge the battery.
#9
now seems to be £12.99 :(
#10
marktyson
now seems to be £12.99 :(
Must have sold a couple too cheap

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