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    FSP Universal Adapter

    Coming complete with 6 interchangeable DC output jacks, the Universal Notebook Adapter is compatible with most popular notebook models from brands such as Sony, Dell, IBM and Toshiba to name a few. The interchangeable DC jacks will let you smugly allow others to charge their lappies from your cable too… definitely a ‘one-upper’ in the office.

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    This is great! Replacement power packs can sometimes cost up to £100 especially if they are on a discontinued model.

    Thumbs up to FSP.
    Last edited by iMc; 18-05-2005 at 06:22 PM.
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    agreed. god knows how much an ibm replacement would cost...

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    Just found out th0at this won't work with my Dell Latitude C600. It has a silly proprietary connecter not a DC Jack.

    Which is a bugger because it is starting to break and their are no UK ones for sale on Ebay.
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    Look at laptopshop. They do AC adapters for C-series Latitudes for £41.11 inc VAT.

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    Cheers nicho, gonna have to get one before this one falls apart.
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    Yeah, the killer is the joint between the cable from the laptop and the block, where you have that gaiter thingy..."flex...flex...flex...ssssssssnap! pffffzzzzzzt..."

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