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Belkin 40W Universal Laptop Power Adapter £22.99 at Play.com
Belkin 40W Universal Laptop Power Adapter £22.99 at Play.com

Belkin 40W Universal Laptop Power Adapter £22.99 at Play.com

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A ideal secondary/replacement power solution for mobile users, while travelling or in the car thanls to the additional CLA plug
Using 5 different and intercheangeable tips this power adapter works with most known netbook brands such as Asus, Acer/Dell, Hp, Samsung, 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
Weights only 210g (adapter without cables)
Unit Dimensions (Maximum): 61.5mm X 111.5mm X 24.2mm
Input voltage: 90 ~ 264Vac RMS (100-240Vac nominal)
Input voltage: 11.5Vdc ~ 16Vdc
Output Voltage: 10.5Vdc - 19Vdc
Output Current (Continuous): [email protected]
Output power 40W MAX
USB output 4.25W (5V x 0.85A)Description




Ideal secondary/replacement power solution for mobile users, while travelling or in the car thanls to the additional CLA plug Using 5 different and intercheangeable tips this power adapter works with most known netbook brands such as Asus, Acer/Dell, Hp, Samsung, 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.

7 Comments

Original Poster

Everyone who has a laptop should have spare power supply as they always seen to fail when you are using them and always when the shops are closed.

This one seems good value as it does include a car adaptor but even if its not its was not. it is worth thinking about looking and buying a spare power supply

40W is low is it not?

Original Poster

Sin_of_nature

40W is low is it not?



I think you will find that that refers to the power consumption if you look at some electrical appliances you will see something like this 110 to 240v 50w depending what the appliance it it could go from 3w to 2000w

OK, most universal power suppys are 75W and 90W

Sin_of_nature

40W is low is it not?

Yes, it is low, very low. It might just be adequate for a small netbook, but for a proper laptop? hmmm.. Even in the unlikely event that it could deliver its maximum rated power - which almost none of the cheap ones can. Better to go for a "grown-up" power supply, they have more margin, so don't get as hot - which means they won't fail so quickly. (Though, personally I've always found that the batteries fail long before the power supplies do)

Edited by: "pete_l" 21st Dec 2010

Original Poster

I guess it depends on the power required by your laptop. . . its not so much electrical breakdown as cable breaking which is a very common fault. . we have 3 makes of laptops Lenovo(65w) Acer(30w) and Sony (1.3amp) all get very hot after being on for a few hours we have a spare charger for each of them not only in case one fails but also if saves moving charger to another room and I often use the Acer car charge while out on the road. . but on reflection this would have been ideal as universal charger for all of the family to use. It may not but up to some peoples standard but its does the job and Belkin have good world wide warranty also it has a "Built-in over/under and short circuit protection to prevent laptop computer damage" what more do you want for £22 and a car charger also

Original Poster

Just this without car charger for £13.99. . . play.com/PC/…rch

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