APC AC Laptop Charger, 19V/65W, ACER, ASUS,TOSHIBA , 2 tips
APC Laptop Chargers Features & Benefits
Four different connector tip sizes ensures compatibility with an array of devices
- Plug and charge convenience at any power point
- Four different connector tip sizes ensures compatibility with an array of devices
- Compact, travel-friendly dimensions (8.8 x 8.8 x 3.05cm, adapter only)
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ASUS 90W universal square adapters keep you going where and when you need it. An additional power adapter for your notebook means you’re always prepared and charged, whether at home, the office, or on the road. It also means less weight to lug around. The 90W universal square adapter comes with four different connector tip sizes; you could even lend it to friends and colleagues who use different ASUS notebooks and Ultrabooks.
Are all Asus laptop chargers the same?
No, but you can find universal laptop chargers online that are pretty cheap. Look for one that has the same power rating as your current charger (i.e. 60W, 90W, etc.) and one that has a tip that matches the one you’ve got from Asus and you’re all set. Always go with the manufacture charger.
Does ASUS sell Chargers?
ASUS CHROMEBOX3 CN65 65W Power Adapter.
Is it OK to use Asus laptop while charging?
You should be able to use any laptop while charging, even if it’s the very first time charging it. You should be fine.
How do I test my Asus battery?
How to Test Laptop Battery Method #1: System Diagnostics
- Unplug the power cord.
- Turn off the laptop.
- Press the power button to restart your laptop.
- Press the Esc key immediately, once the laptop powers up.
- The Start Up menu will appear.
- A list of diagnostics and component tests should pop up.
Can ASUS run without battery?
The laptop can run without the battery. This particular model doesn’t use as much power as it can accept when charging, as it’s not exactly a high-end gaming model. If so, that battery is now a fire hazard and needs to go. Otherwise, your problem may be in the internal components of the laptop’s power system.
Is it OK to leave a dead battery in a laptop?
Is it safe to use a laptop with a dead battery? Yes. But it is recommended that you remove your battery if it is not working. Your laptop will work just fine.
How long should an Asus battery last?
Is it bad to leave laptop charging overnight?
There’s no way to “overcharge” these batteries. When you get to 100% charge and leave your laptop plugged in, the charger will stop charging the battery. The laptop will just run directly off the power cable. There’s no risk of damaging the battery by charging it over its capacity.
How many hours can you use a laptop?
If you’re just web browsing or sending emails or any other kind of simple tasks, you might be able to get 4-5 hours out of cheapest laptop batteries out there and as high as 10-12+ hours out of the best laptop batteries out there. The other factor to consider is the age of your battery.
Are laptops obsolete?
Are Desktops Obsolete? [Short Answer] Sure, laptops will get faster and faster, but there will always be a need for more power. Until a laptop can match the performance of a desktop PC with the same pricing, it will not be obsolete. Desktop computers can offer greater performance than laptop computers.
Should I buy a laptop or a phone?
Yes newer phones have better hardware making them faster, but this is “faster” because you simply want to be faster and want something more up to date. Laptop vs new cell phone, take care of your needs first and get a laptop. You yourself even said you’d have much more effective use with a laptop than a new phone.
Is laptop better than phone for eyes?
A computer screen usually covers a large part of your visual field, because it’s big, but a phone is much smaller. When talking about myopia (short sightedness), it makes a big difference whether you’re looking at a big screen or a small one, like a cell phone.
[Solved] Asus Laptop Plugged in Not Charging
Many ASUS laptop users have reported that their ASUS laptop battery is not charging. The battery indicator on the laptop says “plugged in, not charging” even when an AC adapter is connecting to the laptop.
This is so frustrating. But don’t worry. Many people have resolved the “plugged in, not charging” issue on ASUS laptops with the solutions below.
Try these fixes
- Troubleshoot the hardware issues
- Reinstall your battery driver
- Power reset your laptop
- Switch to Full Capacity Mode in ASUS Battery Health Charging
Fix 1: Troubleshoot the hardware issues
As the error message suggested, the battery has been plugged but it’s not charging, so make sure to plug your adapter correctly and tightly, in order to be detected.
In addition, probably your AC adapter or cable is damaged, which is why it’s not detected and charging. If that’s the case, you’ll need to switch to another AC adapter for your battery.
However, before buying a new battery charger for your ASUS laptop, you can try the following solutions and these methods work like a charm for many people.
Fix 2: Reinstall your battery driver
A missing or outdated battery driver can cause your ASUS laptop “Plugged in, Not charging” issue. So you should reinstall your battery driver for your laptop, in order to fix the battery not charging issue.
There are two ways to reinstall your battery driver: manually and automatically.
You can manually reinstall your battery driver via Device Manager. Connect your laptop to the Internet and uninstall the driver from your laptop. This requires time and computer skills.
If you don’t have time or patience, you can do it easily and quickly withDriver Easy.
Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. You don’t need to know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you don’t need to worry about making a mistake when installing.
You can update your drivers automatically with either the FREE or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee):
- Downloadand install Driver Easy.
- Click Tools.
- Click Driver Uninstall. Then double click System Drivers to expand the category.
- Double click Batteries, select your battery driver and click Uninstall.
- Close the program and restart your computer.
The battery driver will be reinstalled automatically after the start. Then check if your battery is charging now. If unfortunately, the driver doesn’t reinstall after restarting, you can followthis post to manually install the battery driver for FREE.
Fix 3: Power reset your laptop
If the battery is plugged but not charging on your ASUS laptop, you should perform a power reset for your laptop, and this method works for people who have the same issue. Here’s what you need to do:
- Shut down your laptop (ensure to save your work before shutting down).
- Remove any peripheral devices connecting to your laptop, such as USB drive, Bluetooth.
- Unplug the AC adapter charger from your laptop.
- Remove the battery from your ASUS laptop (if your battery is irremovable, skip this step).
- Press and hold down the power button for 60 seconds, then release.
- Re-plug the AC adapter/power charger to your laptop.
- Power on your laptop as normal.
Your ASUS laptop should be charging and saying “plugged in, charging”. Then your battery won’t charge issue should be resolved.
If the problem still persists, don’t worry. There’s something else to try.
Fix 4: Switch to Full Capacity Mode in ASUS Battery Health Charging
Another possible solution for ASUS laptop “plugged in not charging” problem is to check your battery health mode and make sure to choose Full Capacity Mode (many thanks to our lovely users for the advice).
ASUS laptops provide a feature named “ASUS Battery Health Charging”, and it pops up automatically in the very beginning after your OS is installed. And it offers three options for you to choose for your battery health:
- Full Capacity Mode: Your battery is charged to its full capacity.
- Balanced Mode: Your battery stops charging when the power is above 80% and re-charges when the power is below 78%.
- Maximum Lifespan Mode: Your battery stops charging when the power is above 60% and re-charges when the power is below 58%.
So if your ASUS laptop is in Balanced Mode or Maximum Lifespan Mode, you’ll no doubt have the battery not charging problem. To fix it, follow these steps:
1) Go to Taskbar > Show hidden icons at the bottom right corner.
2) Click the battery health charging mode icon.
3) In the popup window, select the first option: Full Capacity Mode. Then click OK to save.
4) Restart your laptop.
Now your ASUS laptop should be able to charge while plugged in.
That’s it. Hope this post comes in handy and fixes your ASUS laptop “Plugged in, Not charging” issue.
Feel free to leave a comment below and let us know which method helps.
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Plug & Play Charger for Asus Laptops
The easy-to-use and reliable Trust Maxo 90W Laptop Charger makes charging a walk in the park. Especially designed for Asus devices, the included tips guarantee seamless compatibility with your device. Get back to full power and to work in no time.
Compact and Travel-Proof
With its compact design, the Trust Maxo 90W Laptop Charger is the ideal travel charger. The perfect gadget to complement your work and travel kit, this charger has a durable design, 3 meter cable and a velcro strap, so the cable won’t get tangled up in your bag. Furthermore, being compatible with all wall power socket voltages worldwide, it safely charges anywhere around the world.
Safe-Charging with Trust Smart Protection System
The innovative Trust Smart Protection System safeguards your laptop against overload and short circuit, preventing any damage and allowing for safe recharging at all times. Furthermore, its durable and energy-efficient design helps to prevent unnecessary power usage and overheating; that’s smart-charging for perfect peace of mind.
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Free Tip / Connector Service available
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over-charge, over-current, over-heat, over-load, short-circuit
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Laptop voltage range
18 V - 20 V
Compatible Device Types
Laptop charger with power cable and cable with tip attached
5+1 swappable tips
Wall power connection
Asus laptop that requires 18-20V, and 90W power or less
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
If the correct connector for your laptop model is the connector P (or P/B) according to our advisor, then you don't need an extra connector. This connector is the one that is attached to the charger cable and is also the base for the rest of connector tips.
You should not use any of the connectors available in the package, but connect the charger directly to your laptop, since the charger comes already with this connector attached to the end of the cable.
in case you have a charger with a manual voltage selector: you may need to adjust the voltage of your charger, if the charger doesn't charge your laptop.
The following connectors are included: P, AC, BA2, AA, M, T (P is connected to the base).
This is normal for a laptop charger.
Put the charger on the ground under your desk/table with sufficient ventilation.
Unfortunately, we do not have service centers to repair products.
A defective product should be replaced by your point of purchase during the warranty period.
We offer a 'return to retailer' warranty on our products. In case of a defect, you can return the product to your retailer with failure description, proof of purchase and all accessories. During the warranty period you will receive a replacement product from the retailer if available. For full warranty conditions you can consult: https://www.trust.com/support/warranty
There is no connector with a USB-C connection available for our regular chargers.
For USB-C a different type of charger, a USB-C charger, is required.
In case of a laptop connector: First check via the Advisor which connector is needed. Then if the connector is missing from the package, or broken, use the form to request this connector.
Standard processing time, from the moment the request is send to the time that the part is delivered, is 1-2 weeks, depending on the location of the shipment address and the availability of the item(s).
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