Lost the power supply of your notebook, or want an extra adapter? The Ewent EW3965 universal notebook adapter replaces the power supply that came with your notebook. The Ewent universal notebook charger is suitable for almost any laptop or netbook up to 65W. The EW3965 comes with 10 power plugs for most common notebooks of Acer, HP, Dell, Asus, Sony, Toshiba, Compaq, Samsung, Delta, IBM, Lenovo, LG, Liteon, NEC, Fujitsu, Gateway. Is your adapter plug missing? Ask our support desk for the free tip service.
Solid quality plugs
All Ewent notebook chargers come with solid high quality tips. They fit firmly into the power socket of your notebook. The Ewent EW3965 charger comes with 10 tips for most common notebooks of Acer, HP, Dell, Asus, Sony, Toshiba, Compaq, Samsung, Delta, IBM, Lenovo, LG, Liteon, NEC, Fujitsu, Gateway. This universal power supply adjusts its output voltage using an intelligent technique that detects which power plug is connected. To find the plug that fits your notebook, do not only check if the plug physically fits the power socket of your device, but also check if the voltage that is indicated on the tip of the adapter is correct for your notebook. Check the product gift box for an overview of the voltage of each power plug.
No concessions were made to safety. The adapter has a fourfold intelligent protection system, that protects against overheating, over voltage, over current and short circuits. Also, the adapter stops charging when it notices that your battery is full.
Free tip service
To support most common notebooks, 10 tips are provided with the notebook charger by default.
We have also a free tip service to support more notebooks. Check the complete list of tips on the support page of your product and the manual to request it at our support desk. When available, the requested tip will be sent to you for free.
How to calculate the wattage of your notebook
To see if the universal charger is suitable for your netbook or notebook, you can calculate the wattage of your laptop. First, check your current charger or check the properties of your notebook. Then multiply the volts by the amperage to calculate the total watts needed. For example, if your current charger has an output of 15V 3A, you need an adapter with 45 watts (15V x 3A) at minimum .