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PostSubject: Charge A Laptop Battery Without A Charger   Sun Sep 04, 2011 11:38 pm

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Without a AC charger/adapter, you may sense your laptop is almost worthless. After all, not only do you not have a means to charge the battery on your laptop, you don't even have a means to run your computer by having a wall outlet. While new technologies are usually now being developed every day in your community of mobile power treatments (including Intel's research inside wireless electrical transmissions), there aren't many active alternatives to charging your laptop battery and not using a charger. If your problem is you are without your original charger (which is what normally incorporates a new laptop), here are some workarounds everybody that will keep an individual's laptop humming. Keep in the mind, though, that they cost money and require a high purchase, in which case it will be just as economical and convenient to find a new charger from your laptop's manufacturer.
Use some universal power adapter. This is perhaps decreasing solution to your power woes. Readily found just about retail outlets that consider electronics, a universal power adapter can range anywhere in price from $30 towards $100 (or more, determined by how fancy you get). The adapter incorporates multiple tips, one that would likely fit your laptop's recharging port. When plugged through, the adapter will but not just power your laptop, but will charge its battery also.
Use a universal auto/air adapter. Should you be the road-warrior type who spends lengthier in your car than from a desk, this might become the sensible solution for most people. An auto adapter resembles a regular power adapter, except they have a modified end who plugs into your car's marlboro lighter. The adapter can keep you powered while on your car (or inflight if it's a combination adapter), and will simultaneously request your laptop so you're ready for the occasions when you do will need to leave your car or plane for real life.
Buy an external laptop battery charger. These are standalone devices that not plug into a laptop. Rather, you take the battery through your laptop, attach it on the charger, plug the charger into a power outlet, and rejuice your battery doing this. When fully charged, you reinsert the battery into your laptop. External chargers are generally brand and model specified, so make sure the user gets one that matches a laptop's specs. One advantage to a particular external battery charger is that one could charge spare batteries not having tying up your notebook computer. <! --INFOLINKS_OFF-->.
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