From: Bill Morrow (penzance_at_icanect.net)
Date: Thu Apr 01 1999 - 13:42:35 EST
any round plug IBM ac adapter will work fine on most any thinkpad with the
i.e. 701, 365, 560,770 and most likely the "i" series and the 380 series..
i suggest that you get a new one from IBM or any direct vendor, or advertise to
buy a used one..
cost is around $50 (new) and can vary depending upon target machine..
suggest more of the 560 variety..
Wyn Achenbaum wrote:
> My two year old TP 560 came with an AC Adaptor, of course, but I would like
> to be able to plug it in in many places in my home, without moving the AC
> adaptor from place to place. What are the issues for alternatives to the
> one that came with it? CompUSA sells a 6-way AC Adaptor, mzae by Sentry,
> but it only goes up to 12 volt, and my TP adaptor says 16 volt. (And the
> 6-way mentions many uses, but not a computer.)
> Who makes alternative AC Adaptors for my 560? How much should I expect to
> Wyn Achenbaum
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