AC adapter on Toshiba® mini NB300
Information on AC adapter on Toshiba mini NB300
Toshiba mini NB300 is a laptop computer with different and modern features, which comes at a lower price. You can choose your computer from several colors. Its 10.1” display will give you clear and rich pictures. It comes with Intel Atom processor and 1 GB of RAM, which you can extend to 2 GB. Toshiba mini NB300 computers come with Windows XP or Windows 7 Starter operating system. There is an AC adapter in Toshiba mini NB300 that is bundled with the computer.
AC adapter in Toshiba mini NB300 is discussed under the following headings:
- Description of the adapter on Toshiba mini NB300
- Common issues that may occur with the adapter
- Keeping your adapter healthy
Description of the adapter on Toshiba® mini NB300
You can use your computer through the AC adapter. The Toshiba mini NB300 comes with the adapter, which is of 30W. It is an external universal adaptor. Its input voltage is 100 volt to 240 volt with 50/60 Hz frequency. The adapter is small and it is easily manageable. The cords are of sufficient length. The output voltage of this adapter is 19V and it delivers 1.58A current. It has the dimensions of 96mm X 28.7mm X 42mm and it weighs 173 grams.
Common issues that may occur with the adapter
If your computer does not start properly, then check the connection of the adapter. Plug the adapter into the wall socket properly, loose connection may cause sparking which may destroy your computer or some parts of your computer. If the cord length is not sufficient to reach the socket, then use an extension board to connect the adapter. When you will use an adapter, check the volts and amps of the adapter. Use the connector of proper dimensions and check the polarity. If you use the adapter through a 220 Volt line setting the voltage of the adapter to 110 volt only, then the adapter may be burnt.
Always try to keep your computer healthy, so you can work properly when you need. Use proper battery and proper adapter, so that the computer can perform accurately. When the laptop is fully charged, disconnect the plug from the socket. You can use the power management system of your computer to conserve the power. You can do it by slowing the speed of the processor, and the hard drive and lessening the brightness of the display.