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Kensington 120-Watt Ultraportable Wall Notebook PC Power Adapter (K33336US)


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120W Wall Power Adapter
  • Slim, lightweight design saves space and travels easily
  • Powers and charge a notebook computer from any Wall source
  • Notebook tips included for most Dell, HP, Compaq, IBM, Lenovo, Toshiba, Sony, Gateway, Acer PCs
  • Includes a SmartTip to power and charge USB compatible mobile devices, including iPod, mobile or smartphones, and PDAs from the adapter
  • Works with your own USB cable or purchase a Kensington USB Power Tip Pack with retractable USB cable (sold separately)
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Technical Details

Color: 120W Wall Power Adapter

Product Details

Color: 120W Wall Power Adapter
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 3.1 x 10.5 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FDP9TO
  • Item model number: K33336US
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Color: 120W Wall Power Adapter

You've got the power. This slim profile power adapter delivers big power in a space-saving design to handle almost any notebooks as well as a variety of mobile devices. So whether you're at home or the office, or travelling, you'll have all the power you need. This slim profile power adapter delivers big power in a space-saving design to handle almost any notebooks as well as a variety of mobile devices. So whether you’re at home or the office, or travelling, you’ll have all the power you need. Slim, lightweight design saves space and travels easily Powers and charges a notebook computer from any Wall source Notebook tips included to work with most Dell , HP , Compaq , IBM , Lenovo , Toshiba , Sony , Gateway.

Customer Reviews

The iGo only has 2.5 stars.
Y2KPony
There is, in fact, no tip compatibility guide anywhere on the Kensington site or even a list of models on the pages that sell SmartTips.
***
This device is good for those that travel and or use their laptops between the office and the home.
R. Sarrach

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Bushido on November 5, 2005
Color Name: 120W Auto/Air Power Adapter
This is the perfect adapter for me as it powers both my notebook and all of my gadgets from a single brick. I use it for my notebook, DVD player, cell phone, mp3 player, guitar trainer and PDA. The Kensington is simple, compact and lightweight without a lot of fussy extra stuff to deal with. The iGo and Targus systems require a separate dongle for low-power devices like cell phones and CD-players.

"Brick" really isn't a good description though, because the Kensington transformer has a super slim profile and is lightweight. I bought the 120w version because some people reported trouble with the 70w on newer HP Compaq Business notebooks. I figured the 120w is good now and insurance against obsolesence in the future.

The power supply is just part of the picture though, as the real beauty of the system is the "smart tip" feature. I frequently fly on international and long haul domestic trips and like to take along my portable DVD player for entertainment. Instead of hauling heavy auxiliary batteries or having both a DC adapter for the plane/rental car AND the regular power bricks, cables and wall warts for AC, now all I need is a single power supply and the right tips.

It seemed like I was always forgetting to pack the one crucial component I needed, like the USB cable to charge my Tungsten T or the wall wart for my mp3 player. With this system, everything stays in one pouch in my carry-on briefcase and the OEM power supplies stay at home, no more sharing and forgetting....

On the downside, the AC power cord really needs to be longer. Now it hangs down off the wall with the weight of the brick straining the cord. This will eventually lead to failure and an electrical hazard unless replaced.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Dav3d on February 18, 2007
Color Name: Portable Power Adapter
I am very happy with my Kensington Inverter and recommend it highly. It has served me well on many road trips and airline flights.

Having a 3-prong outlet makes this a far more versatile and useful device than inverters that just have a tip for the laptop. It is by far one of the lightest devices of its kind that I have found and great for travel.

There are a few tricks of the trade when using these kinds of devices. One is that airline "empower" ports only put out 75W--and if you read the fine print it can get shut off abruptly at any time during the flight with no warning.

There ar a number of laptops that require more power than 75W--particularly if you are trying to charge the battery at the same time. No inverter can help you solve this problem but it is something to be aware of. In many cases you can either remove the battery or connect it and let it fully charge up before you turn the machine on and it will work fine.

And finally the box says 150 watts, but this is *peak* power which only lasts for a short time (such as the startup phase for your laptop). Sustained output is 120 Watts--just something to note in case you are running devices that require that reuqire a lot of juice.

But all in all this is a *great* little device and I recommend it highly.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Andy Orrock VINE VOICE on February 23, 2006
Color Name: 120W Auto/Air Power Adapter
I purchased the Kensington Universal 120W AC/DC Power Adapter because I wanted a lightweight solution to keep my IBM/Lenovo T43 laptop powered through long airline flights. Kensington's product is a slick piece of engineering - the brick is actually lighter than the one that came with the T43 (that went in the closet immediately, probably never to return). And, it's probably < 50% of the weight of some of the previous AC/DC adapters on the market. Yesterday, a friend was telling me of some incompatibility between his DC adapter and the set-up in American Airlines coach. I've had no such issues. I've had the opportunity to employ my Kensington Universal 120W Adapter at home, office, car and plane and I've had complete satisfaction in all settings. And as for the previous reviewer's comment about the 5" cord, yeah, it does make for a rather odd, dangling effect, but I've not had a situation yet where I've been unable to make a connection because the brick got in the way (although I've had a couple of stares at Starbuck's when I cram the brick into the power alcove).
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Elton D. on August 4, 2006
Color Name: 120W Auto/Air Power Adapter
This power adapter is light, versatile, and performs its function very well, but verify that compatible tips are available for your specific devices.

It has replaced five power cables I used to lug around for trips, and worked perfectly in Europe and India on 220 volt supplies. It's actually lighter than my original Dell laptop adapter. The anywhere adapter also works with a 12VDC auto outlet and the Empower outlets found on many airlines.

This is a power adapter only, so it will not perform a data connection with your PDA, iPod, etc. - something to consider if synching while traveling is important to you.

The power cord from the outlet to the brick is 6" short. This is by design to allow the adapter to hang off the wall and have more air circulate around it. The adapter can get quite hot when drawing maximum power. I like the short cord because it's one less item to coil - just toss it in the bag. I've actually worn out two other power adapters by coiling the cords and causing them to fray. The cable from the brick to your device, in contrast, is extremely long (approx 3m/10ft). Kensington offers a retractable cable; I haven't bought it but it is intriguing.

A few more hints:

-The adapter comes packaged with several tips for the most common devices, including the iPod.

-Check to ensure a tip is available for your device. Kensington does not have the newer Nokia cell phone (AC-3U 1.5mm) tip; you can get the Nokia adapter for the older tip. There are tips available for digital and video cameras. Check that the tip is in stock! I had to look around for the BlackBerry one.

-Consider getting the dual charging cable. This is a splitter that powers two devices simultaneously (one high power such as a laptop and one low power such as a phone/PDA).

-The included zip case is awful. It's thin and the zipper split open easily.
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