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:: Still, seems weird. Have you seen a laptop PSU like this, where one could not simply replace the connecting cable with the plug ? Aren't we inventing things here ? [[User:Wojsyl|Wojsyl]] 17:30, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)
 
:: Still, seems weird. Have you seen a laptop PSU like this, where one could not simply replace the connecting cable with the plug ? Aren't we inventing things here ? [[User:Wojsyl|Wojsyl]] 17:30, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)
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::: I would have thought so until I got my new Dell, which indeed has a 3-pronged plug, connected to the PSU with a weird-ass proprietary cable.  So evidently these exist. [[User:Jpatokal|Jpatokal]] 22:23, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)

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Nice diagrams! Are you going to put in more soon? Here is a nice reference page for the plug configs. [1] Fuzheado 00:53, 1 Feb 2004 (EST)


What other countries are using 110V ? Wojsyl 05:09, 30 Jan 2005 (EST)

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I don't believe it. Are there any laptops that require grounding ? Wojsyl 12:47, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)

I think what is meant is that some laptop PSU's come with a plug with a grounding pin, that will not fit in outlets, that are not grounded. Then you need an adaptor. --elgaard 13:52, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)
Still, seems weird. Have you seen a laptop PSU like this, where one could not simply replace the connecting cable with the plug ? Aren't we inventing things here ? Wojsyl 17:30, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)
I would have thought so until I got my new Dell, which indeed has a 3-pronged plug, connected to the PSU with a weird-ass proprietary cable. So evidently these exist. Jpatokal 22:23, 1 Feb 2005 (EST)

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