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15v 5A Toshiba Laptop Charger Replacements

Whilst most laptops will need a 19V Laptop Charger to power it, some Toshiba Satellite Pro Chargers will require a 15V power supply. This slightly more unusual combination gives and output of 75W. Whilst other laptop adapters may have higher or lower power outputs, some of them have the same DC connector tip which means that either a 65W or 90W adapter can be plugged into your laptop.

The Toshiba Satellite Pro A100 Laptop Power Supply has a tip that is unique to the 15V 5A rating of power. With a larger barrel you will not find any other chargers with a different power rating that could fit into the socket designed for this adapter. So when you visit Laptop Power UK you can view all of the relevant specifications for the adapter you are about to purchase. These can be used to double check with your machines power requirements and then you can go ahead and purchase knowing when your order arrives it will be a perfect fit.

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