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Flgan 180W Slim Laptop Charger ADP-180UB D ADP-180TB H for Asus

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Flgan 180W Slim Laptop Charger ADP-180UB D ADP-180TB H for Asus

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Input: 100-240V 50-60Hz; Output: 20V 9A 180W.
NOTE: Can't replace Asus 20v-10a 200w/ 20v-12a 240w/20v-14a 280w/19.5v-11.8a 230w "br""br"Compatible with : "br" Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401I GA401IV GA401IH GA401IU GA401IU-BS76 GA401IH-BR7N2BL"br" Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 GA502IU GA502DU GA502DU-PB73 GA502DU-BR7N6 ga502iu-xs74 ga502iu-es76 "br" Asus TUF TUF505DU TUF705DU tuf505du-kb71 tuf505du-mb74 tuf505du-eb74 tuf705du-pb74 tuf705du-kh74 tuf705du-rb74 "br" Asus FX505DU FX505DT FX505DD FX705DT FX705DD "br" Asus tuf706iu-as76 tuf706iu-xs76 fx506iv-r7r6b6t fx506iv-r9r6b6t tuf506iv-as76 tuf506iv-xs76 tuf506ii-bs74 tuf506ih-rs53 tuf506ih-rs74 tuf506iu-es74 tuf506iu-ms76 tuf506iu-bs71-cb"br""br" Compatible with P/N : Asus A17-180P1A, A18-150P1A, ADP-150CH B, ADP-180UB BB, ADP-180UB BA, ADP-180TB HB, ADP-150CH BB, 0A001-00262100, 0A001-00263400, 0A001-00262300,0A001-00081500 0A001-00081600

Flgan 180W Slim Laptop Charger ADP-180UB D ADP-180TB H for Asus

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