Belkin 40W Home And Office Laptop Power Adapter £5.00 @ Play.Com
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Belkin 40W Home And Office Laptop Power Adapter £5.00 @ Play.Com

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Found 4th Jun 2011
Ideal secondary/replacement power solution for mobile users, at home and in the office.

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).

Compact, slim design and light weight.

Built-in over/under and short circuit protection to prevent laptop computer damage
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)


Price now £9.99
- Bully

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Well, this would be better for netbooks, as most laptops, which is I believe meant notebook, consume 65w or greater.But good price
Edited by: "Narkodrom" 4th Jun 2011

Was looking for one for my LG netbook. Worth a punt, the one I got off flea-bay was crap, died in 3 weeks, at least this one is branded.

Heat added!


Yes, as Narkodrom said be aware this is only going to really power the small netbooks. My laptop for example has a 90W PSU.

would it charge a lappy as long as it wasn't powered up?

Original Poster

Sorry for not adding the price and merchant to the title thanks to whoever did

dont need but ordered.thanks

Bought one to play with, if it doesnt fit my vega it will come in at some point.

Thanks OP.

Amazon sell it for £13.99

does anyone know if it will work with the asus eeepad? Can't find any information on the internet?

Lol, when you click buy it changes to the same screen but the price goes to £9.99.

InfernoGroup

Lol, when you click buy it changes to the same screen but the price goes … Lol, when you click buy it changes to the same screen but the price goes to £9.99.



Thats because the price has changed

£5 for me.

Price gone up now.

dwl99

would it charge a lappy as long as it wasn't powered up?

Most likely yes.

But if the laptop draws more power (for whatever reason), things could go very wrong. This is not like in the old days where a power supply would have overload protection and it works. Nowadays there is too much electronics involved, and you might get several control and protection circuits fighting each other.

Arrived today and looks really neat.

There is a tip in there that fits the vega but as the voltage is controlled by the tip it outputs over 19v rather than the 12v for the vega.

Put mine away as a spare for my netbooks.

Thanks OP.
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