As I was preparing to ship out the few extra Extend Auto Adaptors I had, I noticed that two were for one SKU and the other was for a different one. The original one (for the Compaq) lists 18.6v and 2.8a. The other one is listed for a Toshiba and is 15v and 2.1a.
Both appear to work, ie: they fired up the Iopener I have (not modified as of yet). Actually the plug for the Toshiba seems to fit better in the back of the Iopener, the other is a tad loose.
These power adaptors are nice since you can exchange the cord for whatever model computer you have and it converts the voltage. Only problem is the cables cost $35 (more than the whole adapter on sale). Will these run on the lower voltage? Or will they not be enough after you add a hard drive, fan, etc?
I'm holding off shipping them out until I find out.
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