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Old 06-20-2013, 06:59 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by tmotten View Post
Sweet. How many amps on the 5 and 19v output?

All we need now is an 100W inverter built in and a 12v out and we're set.

Which Acer port do you supply? There are a few and with the popularity of the tables like the Iconia W510 (12v though) and no DC adapter, there is a demand for something like this.
19v Port is a 3.5 amp Output-It will give about 2-3 hours of extra run time on a lap top, or will charge it about 1/2 way... but it does depend on the laptop model and screen brightness and so on...

12v Port is a 2 amp Output- Power most electronic accessories well that are 12v. Mobile DVD players and that sort of stuff.

The USB 5v is a 2 amp output. It chargers the iphone fairly quickly, it will charge an iphone 4 about 7 times if used just for that.

In one pic I saw the Iconia using the typical Acer with yellow tip... if its that tip it works because I use it on my laptop. But I'm not sure about the but basically if you buy a universal laptop charger kit these are the same tips...

For the USB 5 volt is 8 tips which basically cover literally about 500 phones and electronics.
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