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Charging batteries of "Compaq Evo N800v" notebook in a car

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    How can I charge the batteries of my "Compaq Evo N800v" notebook in a car ?
     
  2. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

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    ** Buy a small 12 volt DC to 230 volt AC converter.




    .......... Phil
     
  3. Gary

    Gary Guest

  4. the Wiz

    the Wiz Guest

    If you're in North America, ComputerGeeks has a "universal" DC/DC notebook
    adapter for$18US. I use one on my Compaq Presario.
    http://www.compgeeks.com/details.asp?invtid=SDR-70W


    The generic answer is a DC/AC inverter to provide AC power to use the standard
    notebook charger. $18US at ComputerGeeks
    http://www.compgeeks.com/details.asp?invtid=PI-100

    You can also find a similar DC/AC unit at OfficeMax for about the same price.

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    johnecarter [email protected] mindspring dot.dot com. Fix the obvious to reply by email.
     
  5. Kerio adaptor from Dick Smith is awesome and the only unit we have found to
    be reliable on current battery technology.
    Here is the Taiwan website http://www.kerio.com.tw/index_products.html
    Energy Knight 1

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