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Power bank for HP ENVY 15-ep0010na

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HP ENVY 15-ep0010na i9
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My HP ENVY 15-ep0010na i9 has an ac charger that is rated at 200w. Can anyone on the Forum advise me of a suitable Power Bank that will recharge my 200W laptop. Needs to have UK cables, etc. HP do not do one currently. I was advised that the US market has one but it is only set for 110V. Really need to get one that I can take with me as I travel quite a bit. (Essential worker during Covid-19 pandemic.) Many thanks in advance.

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This will work. You will have to take your factory AC adapter but keep this thing charged and you can plug your AC adapter into the top of it and it will charge the battery. I would recharge the battery with the laptop off. 22,500 mah storage capacity is a lot. 

 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/NOVOO-Portable-22500mAh-External-Smartphones-Grey-black/dp/B07C9S274T/ref=s...


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Huffer

Thank you for responding.

Just to clarify:

My AC charger has the following Input / Output data on it.

Input: 100-240V ~ 3.0A 50-60Hz Wide range input.

Output: 19.5V - 10.3A 200.0W.

So using the factory AC adapter will definitely work?

Please be so kind to confirm your initial reply.

Thanks.

John D

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yes it will


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Thank you for your responses. I have received two messages on a different forum underlining you valued information. Again - my thanks.

 

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