Originally Posted by marujosortudo
Actually, it looks like the iGo everywhereMAX might work very well for my needs (minus not resisting the marine environment especially well, I assume). Anyone using these? Any opinions?
Great products I have a iGo charger that I use on three different lap tops, two cell phones plus my iPods..
As one who puts who puts on 70K+ miles per year in the car while running a laptop via a DC adapter, for work, I have yet to see even one failure in 13 years of running & charging laptops in my cars and boats.
I have had IBM DC adapters, Targus, HP, ASUS, iGo etc. etc. as my company changes computer hardware about once every two years and between my wife and I we have 4 laptops of our own plus work computers.
Just got a new work tablet last week and once again it takes a different DC adapter than the previous one. For my personal computers I mostly use my iGo but my NetBook requires a fixed 12V, not 14.2 so I had to buy the ASUS DC adapter. I have more DC adapters than even makes sense even though many of the computers are long gone.
I also use the same DC adapters on my boat and again have never once had a failure of a DC adapter. Boat voltage and car voltage have virtually identical ranges.
Go with the iGo you'll like it..