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    Recommend a laptop charger

    I just wanted to hear your advise for a laptop charger for this:

    Fujitsu Siemens
    AMILO PRO V3505

    http://uk.ts.fujitsu.com/rl/services...5_july_aug.pdf

    This might help:

    Power supply
    1st
    Li-Ion battery 6 cell 10.8V or 11.1V, 4400mAh (48Wh)
    Battery runtime:
    First battery * (Mobile Mark 2002) [up to]
    AC adapter 19V/65W Adapter
    Rated voltage (AC input) 100 - 240 V
    Rated frequency 50 - 60 Hz
    DC output 19 V, 3.42 A
    AC adapter 20V/65W Adapter
    Rated voltage (AC input) 100 - 240 V
    Rated frequency 50 - 60 Hz
    DC output 20 V, 3.25 A


    many thanks in advance

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    Re: Recommend a laptop charger

    The tragus ones are quite good and with multi-interchangeable heads to cover a range of disfferent laptops.
    http://www.targus.com/uk/product_det...sp?sku=APA03EU

    The main thing you need is the correct head and the power rating of the charger

    Quote Originally Posted by From that fujitsu PDF
    AC adapter 19V/65W Adapter

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    Re: Recommend a laptop charger

    Did a bit of searching and it appears that they used an off the shelf charger with that laptop, I think its the same as these Asus ones on ebay
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/GENUINE-ASUS-L...item41518ac925

    obviously you need to check the specification and the plug size.

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    Re: Recommend a laptop charger

    the label on the power supply says li-shin, never really heard of them tho

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    Re: Recommend a laptop charger

    If it uses a standard size barrel connector:-

    I use a few "XP Power" power supplies from Farnell with no issues.
    £44.65 delivered from Farnell - http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/search/pro...sp?sku=1634820

    RS does one branded "EOS" - never used them so no idea re. quality:
    http://uk.rs-online.com/web/search/s...duct&R=6689283 - £49 delivered.

    Mascot PSUs are made in Norway but are generally about 30%+ more expensive than others. I have a few of theirs and they seem to be good quality; never taken one apart though. It's also more difficult to find stores which have them.

    [edit: it actually looks like Mascot doesn't do any 19v PSUs at all... never mind]

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    Re: Recommend a laptop charger

    there seems to be a lot of people selling cheap power supplies on ebay between £8 - £15. I know you shouldnt skimp out on the power supply in desktops but is it the same for laptops aswell? I ask because the laptop is about 4yrs old and well tbh I don't want to spend a lot on it you see.

    I mean it still runs but its slowly falling apart, little cracks here and there.

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    Re: Recommend a laptop charger

    anyone with ideas should I avoid them?

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