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AC adapter for Eee PC Series 900

34 customer reviews

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  • Input Voltage: 100 ~ 240V 50/60Hz
  • Output: 12V 3A
  • Condition : Brand New, Original AC Adapter
  • Power cord included
  • 12 months limited warranty
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Product Description

*Compatible OEM Part Number:ADP-36EH *Compatible models:Eee PC Series 900, 900A, 900HA, 900HD, 900SD, 901, 904HA, 1000, 1000H, 1002HA, 1000XP, S101,etc. R2 Series R2E, R2H, R2Hv. Eee Videophone AiGuru SV1.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0037YSWUQ
  • Item model number: ADP-36EH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,005 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Evan Andrew Day on November 20, 2010
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I bought this after my old original AC adapter for my Asus EEE 900 died. I came home one day to it making a funny periodic whining noise, and it would not send power to the computer. I was not upset about this as the original adapter survived a being used in Japan, going to Iraq, and then Afghanistan. I am sure it took a physical beating in all the traveling, and it took an electric beating from less than reliable power grids.

After searching Amazon extensively for a new pack, I realize that I had two choices: one of the other much cheaper models with questionable feedback or this one which is an exact replacement but costs more. I am glad I went with this adapter. Seller got it here in 3 days with regular shipping instead of the estimated 5 business days. It works perfectly. No problems with incorrect prong spacing at the wall outlet, no sparks either. On the other end, the tip fits perfectly into the port on the back of the machine and it even has the 90 degree bend like the original.

This cost me $44 counting standard shipping. I have seen models as cheap as $12. The question is whether you want to save approximately $20 to $30 and take a chance on bricking your machine or having a poorly made adapter break after a few weeks. This is one of those times you want quality vice saving a small amount of money.

Will edit this review if it breaks on me.

Edit: 5 months and still working fine.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DJT on June 25, 2012
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I bought one ASUS ADP-36EH C cord from Amazon in January, and it worked great for six months. Then it got worn enough that it's loose in the power socket where the adapter enters the computer, so I decided to replace it even though it still works. My January purchase, like the original cord, has the offset adapter instead of the straight adapter (I much prefer the offset adapter, since the cord doesn't end up sticking straight out of the back of the machine). The converter gets warm, but never hot, and the computer's battery never gets hot, though it will get warm, which is normal.

However, when I repeated the Amazon order that I placed in January, the new cord I received is much different. Unlike the original cord, this one has a straight adapter, which surprised me. And it gets hot - very hot. Not only at the converter, but also in the area of my computer where the adapter fits into the power socket. I've had it less than a week and have had nothing but problems. My computer battery got HOT (too hot to touch), the adapter is blackened, and the cord no longer charges the machine, but drains the charge. I've put my older (January) cord back on the computer and was relieved to find it still works fine and the battery is holding its charge again. But the June replacement cord I just bought seems to be dangerous as well as useless.

I checked the part number on the June purchase, and it matches the correct number for my machine and has the ASUS logo. However, I suspect the one currently sold on Amazon is being manufactured somewhere where the quality controls are poor. I'll use my old loose cord for now, and look for a new replacement cord that has the proper offset adapter on another shopping site. I just don't trust Amazon's suppliers for this part any longer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Kile on May 29, 2013
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Just like the other cheap knock-offs... it'll last for a while... get far too hot... and then die like the rest. Sure, for 8 bucks it's not a bad deal and it outlasted the others by a few months. But in the end its an $8 part... you get what you pay for.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul B. Schlosberg on July 25, 2012
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Perhaps a 2.5 stars but it has to be either 2 or 3. It definitely would have been higher except for its longevity. I've been using this ASUS replacement adapter since around February and have had mainly zero problems, it has worked great, just as good as the original with the unit. However, today it just started shifting back and forth from battery to ac on its own, very much like the original one did when I needed to replace it. So today, it started doing that, and then it started making "shock" noises when I jiggled it around, and then finally seemed to pretty much fry out, or at least it seems to be fried out and I don't want to risk a shock by fooling with it any more. I am not sure if the reason it died is because of the way I have folded it up into the little valore case that comes with it, but I doubt it because if I remember correctly, that's the way it came. Or, how would one fold it up correctly? No, it's not made very well to last, but at least it lasted and worked well for about five months. I plan to try to return it.
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I originally thought that the straight configuration of the barrel plug caused additional leverage to be applied to the power jack of my netbook, causing it to break. After disassembling my netbook, I discovered that the power jack was not broken after all. Further investigation revealed that the wire to the center conductor of the barrel plug was not properly soldered, causing intermittent power loss as the power cable was moved.

As I said in my original review (below), I do not believe this device is a genuine ASUS adapter, or even manufactured by Delta Electronics, as the original was. Reading other reviews seems to indicate that quality control on these items is inconsistent at best. However, if you believe that the straight barrel plug will not be problematic for your specific situation, you might luck up and get a unit that functions well.

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My original review:

I found myself in need of a new power adapter for my Eee PC 900 after the cord of my original one got chewed through by a dog. I looked very hard for a genuine Asus adapter (that didn't cost fifty bucks, as it would if purchased directly from Asus), or at least an ADP-36EH C replacement that was manufactured by Delta Electronics (listed as the manufacturer on the original adapter's label). This one was the most promising item I found, so I gave it a shot.

The item listing was a little suspect from the get-go. The original ADP-36EH C that came with this machine is a 2-prong adapter, but the pictured adapter clearly takes a 3-prong AC cord. The item pictured had Delta Electronics branding and a right-angle barrel plug, though, so I figured that the three-prong cord might be a feature of a later revision. The item also had generally favorable reviews, so I ordered it.
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