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Last Edited by RonPaulFan September 29, 2017 at 09:44 AM
Just a little math here -- the most you can get from a "IN CAR" power plug is 120W (12v * 10A) regardless of size of inverters.

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And direct battery connection is full capacity.

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It hurts my little electrical engineer noodle to know that the main reason people would buy an AC inverter (don't get me started on the USB ports) is to power things like laptops, phones and games that all require DC power anyway.
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"Dual USB 3.1a output" really means one at 2.1a and another at 1a.
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You can but be warned that these have the potential of ruining your sensitive electronics. Go for a sine wave inverter instead.
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Fakespot B, not bad.
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I'm taking a roadtrip next year, how good are these? Can you run a 13 inch laptop off this? What about a laptop and a few phones?
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Can i use it to charge my laptop while travelling by just using the cigaratte lighter?
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Some of the reviews are so fake sounding lol.
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I'm taking a roadtrip next year, how good are these? Can you run a 13 inch laptop off this? What about a laptop and a few phones?
You can but be warned that these have the potential of ruining your sensitive electronics. Go for a sine wave inverter instead.
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You can but be warned that these have the potential of ruining your sensitive electronics. Go for a sine wave inverter instead.
How so? I have a tailgater speaker I was thinking about getting this to charge while on the road.
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"Dual USB 3.1a output" really means one at 2.1a and another at 1a.
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Haha. Thought the same thing!
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Not to thread crap or anything. But, what does fellow SD'ers think of this
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Bravo-...r/13398248
Is it a better deal?
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I'm taking a roadtrip next year, how good are these? Can you run a 13 inch laptop off this? What about a laptop and a few phones?

I google "Most laptop computers use about 15-60 watts..." so 300 watts (continuous) is more than enough to use for your laptop. I have a 400 watts one that I use to pump camping mattress, works fine... save $$ on batteries & much more powerful

Or look here https://i5.walmartimages.com/asr/...45ebf.jpeg
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fake specs.
car's lighter output maximum output power is 120W (12v * 10A). it is not possible for 300w
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