Product advisor

Follow the step-by-step advisor to find the most suitable product for your needs.

1

What are you looking for?

Select the manufacturer of your laptop

Sorry, your laptop cannot be powered by a Trust laptop charger.

Only the following brands are supported:

  • Acer
  • Asus
  • Compaq
  • Dell
  • Fujitsu
  • HP
  • IBM
  • Lenovo
  • Medion
  • MSI
  • Packard Bell
  • Samsung
  • Sony
  • Toshiba

Select the model of your laptop

All laptop models from supported brands can be powered by Trust laptop chargers.

So, even though your specific laptop model is not listed, it can be used with a Trust laptop charger.

To get advise from the Charger Advisor on this website, select a laptop model that looks similar to your model.

Where do you want to use the laptop?

How much power does your laptop need?

How much power does your laptop need?

The laptop charger must be able to supply sufficient power to the laptop. Power is specified in number of Watts (W), e.g. 65W or 90W.

Important: always use a laptop charger that has equal or higher power output than the laptop requires. E.g., on a 90W laptop you can use a 90W or 120W charger but not a 70W charger.

Follow these steps

The power requirements are usually specified in Watts (W) on the original charger that was included with your laptop. See figure 1 (P). Common power outputs are 65W and 90W.

When the output power is only specified in Volts (V) and Amperes (A), multiply those numbers to get the power output in Watts (W). In figure 1, the output power is: 18,5V x 3,5A = 64,75W (rounded off to 65W).

If the original charger is missing then check for a label on the laptop, check the user manual or contact the manufacturer of the laptop.

Figure 1: example of charger label

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