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Targus 90w Laptop Power Adaptor and Digital Accessory Powering System APA01EU £17.99 + £2.99 Postage @ Boffer
Targus 90w Laptop Power Adaptor and Digital Accessory Powering System  APA01EU £17.99 + £2.99 Postage @ Boffer

Targus 90w Laptop Power Adaptor and Digital Accessory Powering System APA01EU £17.99 + £2.99 Postage @ Boffer

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Power your laptop at home or in the office, whilst simuntaniously charging your mobile phone, MP3 player or other digital devices.
Compatible with major laptop brands requiring up to 90W of continuous power
Accessory Powering System is compatible with major digital device products and brands via optional tips.
Compatible with Acer, Compaq, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sony and Toshiba.
Portable Power: Compact design makes this adaptor the ideal replacment or addition to your power needs.

The Targus 90W AC Notebook Power Adapter is the ideal portable power solution for mobile users needing to power their high-performance notebook (Pentium 4 +). In the home or in the office, this adapter will keep you switched on and productive. Utilising an intelligent tip system, this power adapter is compatible with all major notebook brands and will provide up to 90W continuous power for power-hungry notebooks. Combined with the optional Accessory Powering System, users can simultaneously charge or power their mobile phone or PDA thereby eliminating the need to carry extra bulky power adapters or chargers.

The Targus 90W AC Notebook Power Adapter is compatible for use with Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu-Siemens, Gateway, HP, IBM, Panasonic, Sony and Toshiba notebooks.
Specifications:
Lap-top adaptor:
AC input: 100-240 V, 1.5A, 50/60 Hz
DC output 15-24 V, 90 Watts of continuous power
Digital accessory Powering System (APP20EU)
DC Input: 12.8-24 V
Protection Circuitry: Output overload

Contents:
1 x Home/Office 90W laptop power adaptor
8 x laptop tips)
1 x Digital Accessory Powering System
2 x Power Caples (EU, UK)
1 x output cable
1 x Carrying puch
1 x User guide
Condition: Brand new
Warranty: 1 year direct with Targus

12 Comments

This looks like a good deal, certainly cheap enough but.... The part number doesn't come up with this item on the Targus website. The closest has a Z on the end and appears to be a car charger:thinking:

Another thing to bear in mind before buying is that it may not contain a tip that actually fits what you want it to. Would be easy enough to bodge up an adaptor but still.....

This is the closest I could find btw, not sure if it's the same thing.

targus.com/uk/…1EU

Would 1 of these fit a Logitech G25 24V - 0.75A wheel? or an alternative?

cant find a UK replacement and the US logitech site dont deliver to uk.

I read somewhere online, that a guy fried his g25 using a after market PSU.

cheers

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Shengis;6005215

This looks like a good deal, certainly cheap enough but.... The part … This looks like a good deal, certainly cheap enough but.... The part number doesn't come up with this item on the Targus website. The closest has a Z on the end and appears to be a car charger:thinking:Another thing to bear in mind before buying is that it may not contain a tip that actually fits what you want it to. Would be easy enough to bodge up an adaptor but still.....This is the closest I could find btw, not sure if it's the same thing.http://www.targus.com/uk/product_details.asp?sku=APA01EU



Yiu can download a User Guide from the website ]LINK TO WEBSITE / ]LINK TO USER GUIDE

andywedge;6005263

Yiu can download a User Guide from the website ]LINK TO WEBSITE / ]LINK … Yiu can download a User Guide from the website ]LINK TO WEBSITE / ]LINK TO USER GUIDE



Doesn't tell you anything. I already looked :lol: Was hoping it would show how the voltage is set but no, just the same pic with labels in a million different languages saying 'this is a plug', 'this is another plug' etc :w00t:

Original Poster mod

Shengis;6005288

Doesn't tell you anything. I already looked :lol: Was hoping it would … Doesn't tell you anything. I already looked :lol: Was hoping it would show how the voltage is set but no, just the same pic with labels in a million different languages saying 'this is a plug', 'this is another plug' etc :w00t:



I'll have a scoot around see if I can find anything else on this bit of kit. Only thing I've found so far is that it's typically £60+ (hence why I posted)

It's been available from an ebay Powerseller for £21 with 1 year warranty

andywedge;6005324

I'll have a scoot around see if I can find anything else on this bit of … I'll have a scoot around see if I can find anything else on this bit of kit. Only thing I've found so far is that it's typically £60+ (hence why I posted)



I've seen it at £75 :lol: Definitely a hot deal if it works with your particular laptop, not so hot as a mobile phone charger if it doesn't though :w00t:

I just wish boffer would post proper info rather than the childish crap they put on everything ;-)

Original Poster mod

Shengis;6005352

I've seen it at £75 :lol: Definitely a hot deal if it works with your … I've seen it at £75 :lol: Definitely a hot deal if it works with your particular laptop, not so hot as a mobile phone charger if it doesn't though :w00t:I just wish boffer would post proper info rather than the childish crap they put on everything ;-)



I'm finding no more info really, other than what's in this thread. I would guess that it works as a laptop/notebook charger fine (with the various adaptors). It is very similar to the one I use with my laptop and fairly gutted as I paid £60 a few weeks ago for this one (but I needed it at the time after my cat chewed through the original). The Power adaptor itself is well worth the money and if it works with your mobile phone then bingo, a bonus.

Robot, ebay comparisons not allowed really, but as it's you :-D

Well it does look a bit beasty. [email protected] = 3.75A, [email protected] = 6A. As Clarkson would say...

Powah!!!! :lol:

We have one of these in the office and you can "dial" the voltage to suit. I think off the top of my head that ours can be set from 15v to 20v depending on what you're plugging into it.
Having said that, 15v is a bit too beefy for a phone, most of the ones that I deal with charge at around 3.8v.

If you go to the targus website targus.com/uk/…1EU and click on "tips" under accessories you get a click here link which will tell you your laptop compatability etc.
infact just click here targus.com/uk/…asp

so this is like a spare laptop charger?
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