Please explain HP SMART tip AC power supply replacements to me? Answered
I have an HP 2133 Mini-note netbook computer that uses a 65 Watt AC adapter (18.5V 3.5A) AC adapter. The plug/socket arrangement that plugs into the computer is the large barreled/micro-pin style of plug that mirrors the SMART plug style used natively on the Accessory adapters that HP sells for a very Prince-ly sum.
My Accessory adapter is rated 90 watts. It will "SMART" itself to the proper output Voltage to operate my laptop, BUT, I am concerned that the 90 Watt vs. 65 Watt difference in the marked ratings will foul up my Mini-Note somehow or other.
The Accessory AC Adapter (part #:463553-002) has not been listed as suitable for my application, although it does have some other machines listed on it's suitability chart that overlap with my model.
HP support is of no help what-so-ever, they will only suggest that I spend MORE on another adapter, rather than help me to understand thier offerings.
Please help me to puzzle this out, rather than spend more....and more....