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Dell Power Companion (PW7015L - 18000mAh) + USB Slim DVD+/-RW + $50 promo GC = $125

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Last Edited by annie930ny August 25, 2016 at 09:38 AM
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=469-5276

Coupon code EXTRA10 drops the price 10% to $125.

Power Companion (18000 mAh) PW7015L is about $140 MSRP, but regular prices is about $90.

Dell External USB Slim DVD +/– RW Optical Drive - DW316 is $60 MSRP, but does the same job as a $15 Samsung or LG unit so I wouldn't assign to much value to it (nice to have though as a backup).

$50 GC is of the promotional variety, shipped after 10-20 days and valid for 3 months.

The power brick is a neat external battery for most Dell laptops (should come with two cables both the slim and fat plugs) and also has USB ports for accessories.
Downsides - have to charge it with a laptop power adapter (not included) and it's output might put the higher performance models (with >45W? power bricks) into throttled mode when running of this, but should charge them slow and stead once off - not a problem for small portables like the XPS 13.

For anyone rolling Dell GC, that's should net $65 after some cashback for the power brick and drive, give or take a couple bucks for taxes and the additional $5-10 Dell Advatnage gift card you'll get.
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10% CB at a certain site.
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does it charge xps 15/13 via usb-c?

Quote from Hispls View Post :
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=469-5276

Coupon code EXTRA10 drops the price 10% to $125.

Power Companion (18000 mAh) PW7015L is about $140 MSRP, but regular prices is about $90.

Dell External USB Slim DVD +/– RW Optical Drive - DW316 is $60 MSRP, but does the same job as a $15 Samsung or LG unit so I wouldn't assign to much value to it (nice to have though as a backup).

$50 GC is of the promotional variety, shipped after 10-20 days and valid for 3 months.

The power brick is a neat external battery for most Dell laptops (should come with two cables both the slim and fat plugs) and also has USB ports for accessories.
Downsides - have to charge it with a laptop power adapter (not included) and it's output might put the higher performance models (with >45W? power bricks) into throttled mode when running of this, but should charge them slow and stead once off - not a problem for small portables like the XPS 13.

For anyone rolling Dell GC, that's should net $65 after some cashback for the power brick and drive, give or take a couple bucks for taxes and the additional $5-10 Dell Advatnage gift card you'll get.
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Quote from deshwasi View Post :
does it charge xps 15/13 via usb-c?
Not out of the box (the USB ports on board probably don't have enough juice for that).
If you can get the correct cable for the main power port then it should (the smaller pack is sold in a USB-C version), but unless I'm missing something there's really no reason to do it?
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Interesting... might grab this, thanks OP.
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does it charge xps 15/13 via usb-c?
you may be out of luck. it is another model
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=451-BBVQ

however, if you own other dell model, this should be much superior solution compare to usb c.
if dell release this much sooner, we would not need usb c.

in my opinion, it should only use with device with charger rate 60w,45w or less.
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you may be out of luck. it is another model
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sn...u=451-BBVQ
The XPS 13/15 do have a regular power port and USB-C, so they should work with both models theoretically.
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lmao I bet my XPS l702x won't charge on this
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The XPS 13/15 do have a regular power port and USB-C, so they should work with both models theoretically.
i see, then it will work fine. the regular port should be much better than usb c.

however, the other model usb c is the best usb c power bank around.
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i see, then it will work fine. the regular port should be much better than usb c.

however, the other model usb c is the best usb c power bank around.
Yes, I don't see any advantage of taking up an all around useful port to keep a proprietary one free, but maybe I'm missing something.

From what I gathered, the actual cables to plug in a laptop are changeable, so if you can get your hands on just the USB-C cable then this could be quite future proof.

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lmao I bet my XPS l702x won't charge on this
Does it charge on a small 45-60W adapter?
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Yes, I don't see any advantage of taking up an all around useful port to keep a proprietary one free, but maybe I'm missing something.

From what I gathered, the actual cables to plug in a laptop are changeable, so if you can get your hands on just the USB-C cable then this could be quite future proof.



Does it charge on a small 45-60W adapter?
It charges on a 3amp mode if it has to but other than that it goes up to 7amp. let's just say not extremely portable with a i7 2630qm and 550m gt but man does it got some power lol
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Quote from cobra11murderer View Post :
It charges on a 3amp mode if it has to but other than that it goes up to 7amp. let's just say not extremely portable with a i7 2630qm and 550m gt but man does it got some power lol
That would probably put it in limp/throttled mode while on and trickle charge while off.

The 15" of today would probably leave that in the dust, and still are quite portable (under 2kg weight). But hey, it's still more portable then the XPS 2010!
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That would probably put it in limp/throttled mode while on and trickle charge while off.

The 15" of today would probably leave that in the dust, and still are quite portable (under 2kg weight). But hey, it's still more portable then the XPS 2010!
Lmao ya I know but I got it at a awesome price online last year. That and wanted a 17 in laptop (I guess I'm the only 25 year old that does lmao). That and the 1080p 120hz 3D screen is awesome.
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Lmao ya I know but I got it at a awesome price online last year. That and wanted a 17 in laptop (I guess I'm the only 25 year old that does lmao). That and the 1080p 120hz 3D screen is awesome.
My usual hiding spots have desk and monitors, so I downsized to 13" and feel pretty happy about that (still can drive a 4K easily). Battery life took a major bump too.

Otherwise, I'd be looking for 17" too, afair there's not a lot of them in the market with a 4K built in (I do like the dual/triple disk setups as well as quad ram spots).
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