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Laptop Fujitsu keyboard replacement manufacturer and supplier by Laptop computer keys come in all shapes and sizes. Although the basic layout of the keyboard remains homogeneous, some keys (like the function keys, delete, enter and space bar) may be in different positions or have different markings on them. The little plastic clips that hold the key to the keyboard base will vary in size as well. Typically, there are three basic sizes for each keyboard: the small, rectangular keys like the f1 – f12, all the square shaped letter/number keys (A-Z, 0-9) and the large keys (tab, caps, enter…). The fact is that no matter the size and shape of the plastic retainer clip, they are all very similar and relatively easy to replace and the repair process is not unique. Discover additional information on toshiba laptop keyboard replacement.

I’m still confused. Can I use a laptop charger with a higher wattage? Yes, Your laptop has been designed to draw up to a certain amount of power when running at full power. When the laptop is idle it may only draw a small amount of power from the charger but when you are rendering a 4K video for your youtube channel and charging the battery at the same time, the laptop is going to be drawing a lot more power. The manufacturer would have calculated the maximum power draw of the laptop and will have supplied a charger with a sufficient maximum rating to be able to provide this power. This means that you can quite safely use a charger with a higher wattage (or amps) rating as the laptop will only ever draw the amount of power required at the time. If your laptop was supplied with a 65W charger we know that the laptop will never draw more than 65W, so you can use a 65W, 90W,120W, 150W, 180W, 240W or higher charger. You can not use a charger with a lower wattage rating. A 30W or a 45W charger can not supply sufficient power for your laptops needs which means you could damage the laptop and/or the charger.

Watts are a measurement of total power consumption – a combination of volts and amps. If voltage is the width of the river and amperage is its speed, wattage is the total volume of water. To find wattage, you simply multiply the voltage and amperage. So if you’re using a 5.0-volt, 1.5-amp USB charger, you’re getting 5.0V x 1.5A = 7.5W of power. Similarly, you can find the amperage by dividing the wattage by the voltage. So a 100-watt, 5-volt charger supplies 100W ÷ 5V = 20A of power. This calculation can be useful, since chargers will often list wattage or amperage, but not both. You can also divide wattage by amperage to find voltage, if need be. But you’ll rarely, if ever have to do this, since almost all chargers will prominently list their voltage.

This Multiple Laptop Charger comes with a range of tip types making it compatible for use with most laptops. It’s perfect if you’ve lost your charger or own differently branded laptops. It has a slim and lightweight design which makes it ideal for travelling as well as an AC power source so you can plug it into standard wall sockets. We provide the highest quality laptop power adapters with good price and services. We are an experienced manufacturer in doing laptop parts. All laptop adapter chargers are New and passed strict quality assurance procedures such as CE,RoHS,UL,FCC and ISO9001/9002/14001 certifications. CrowBerry ships parts to any part of the world with warmly Pre-sales and After-sales service.

There are no guarantees on quality. Many of the universal chargers we looked at on eBay and Amazon came with no mention at all on warranty either. By nature of a universal charger, many of its parts are removable (such as the pin section). These can be wobbly or poorly fitting and will degrade over time. Finally, many universal laptop chargers have a switch to manually select the required voltage. Plugging the charger into your laptop with the wrong voltage selected can cause irreversible damage to your laptop. In summary for universal laptop power adaptors, we can’t recommend them as there are too many factors that can risk causing damage to your laptop.

If you’re like me, you can’t be without your laptop. From daily work, to taking notes in meetings and even entertainment at home, your laptop goes everywhere with you. All of that productivity and entertainment a laptop offers needs power to keep it going, and a broken or lost laptop charger or power cord will quickly leave you scrambling for a replacement. You may even want to pick up an extra charger so to save you carrying extra cables. So what do you choose? In this article we run through the three main types of laptop power supplies and how you can pick a safe, reliable and affordable replacement. Find more details at