|Item model number||90W-IM07 - M7|
|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.6 x 5.1 x 2.3 inches|
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Laptop AC Adapter for Lenovo 3000 C100 C200 N100 N200 V100 V200 Lenovo Thinkpad R60 R60e R60i R61 R61e R61i R400 R500 SL300 SL400 SL500 T60 T60p T61 T61p T400 T500 W500 X60 X60s X61 X61s X200 X300 Z60m Z60t Z61e Z61m Z61p Z61t - 20V 4.5A 90 Watt
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1. The cord is shorter than the standard charger.
2. Plug for the adapter is often loose and needs be given an extra push so that it can charge properly.
3. Even when everything seems to be "plugged" right, the charger will not work and needs to be shaken, moved around, jiggled, or hit and beaten in order for it to charge.
4. Charger gets really really hot, it burns!
5. The warning text on the charger doesn't make sense, which calls into question its legitimacy. It has the CE label on it, but that can easily be forged and copied.
The most worrying concern is that this charger began SPARKING and CAUGHT ON FIRE today. Please note, I was using the charger under what I consider normal circumstances. The charger was not pulled or hanging in the air. It was on the carpeted floor when I heard popping sounds. I turned to see a small fireworks show on my incredibly flammable floor. Had I not been there to witness, the situation could have easily become disastrous (involving firetrucks, ambulances, charred wood, loss of basic life necessities, etc.) After I unplugged the charger from both the wall socket and my computer, I noticed that the small explosion had burned a hole straight through the rubber wire insulation. My room still reeks of burnt rubber, but I guess that's better than not having a room whatsoever.
I guess you get what you pay for...lesson learned, lesson learned. So in conclusion: DO NOT BUY THIS REPLACEMENT CHARGER unless you're mentally and physically prepared for spontaneous combustion. It sucks.
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1. Cord comes out near AC plug, leaving bare wires exposed in weeks. I fixed this with electrical tape.
2. Cord comes out near transformer, fixed with electrical tape.
3. Cord comes out near laptop plug, ditto.
4. Device overheats, have to unplug periodically.
5. Device starts working intermittently, I have to jiggle the cords, slap the transformer to get it working.
As I mentioned before, all I do with these is lay them on the floor and plug them into my laptop when I come home from work. I cannot baby these devices any more than I already do, they are just extraordinarily shoddy workmanship.
So to sum it up, a word of advice, spent 50$ and get the real Lenovo charger replacement. I know we all want to save a buck but given shipping and everything else you will pay more for these cheap chargers over time, I can attest to this.
I like to have extra power supplies around so I don't have to carry them back and forth to work (I bike) or move them around the house. I bought two of these and they work fine, no noticeable warmth, power the laptop fine, charge batteries fine, etc. Great deal at 10 bucks apiece including shipping. They arrived v. fast and safe.
That said, the genuine Lenovo adapters are nicer (I use the smaller 65w size for travel convenience), as would be expected given that they are 5x the price. So I travel with the genuine Lenovo. Here's what you give up with these:
1. About 20% larger.
2. Three-prong plug rather than 2-prong (I like to carry lightweight 2-prong extension cord, and these won't work with that).
3. Standard computer power cord these use is a little bulkier than the more svelte cord used by the Lenovo unit.
4. The thinner cord from the adapter to the computer is shorter and heavier than the Lenovo unit, so not quite as convenient to use.
5. The plug that goes into your laptop on these doesn't seem quite as durable. I haven't had problems though.
Bottom line, great for extras around the house or office -- for road warrior travel, the 65W Lenovo is the ticket.
Using with Lenovo X200 and X200S, btw.