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Old 09-07-2006, 10:01 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Drifter420
Yea.. plannin on goin with an inverter.. I know the bigger is better type of thing.. but bigger also means huge monstrous inverter... I don't want something small and puny thats going to run way too hot.. I'm probably aiming for 200-250Watts inverter.. but I'm just curious as to how much draw am I expecting.. just one of them things that make you go hummm......
well if your just going to run a laptop, its not going to draw mutch, just a little more then what the Laptop AC adaprt says on it.

right now im using one of these small little 100watt ones, works good, quite

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