Timothy Murphy wrote:
> Talking of ITX (or similar) servers to save energy,
> I wonder how much the AC adaptor takes?
>> Judging by the heat output, the AC charger on my ThinkPad
> uses at least as much electricity as the laptop itself,
> even when the laptop is fully charged.
>> Can one get AC adaptors that use very little energy?
>On my Acer/Ferrari the brick gets hot while charging, but cools down
when charged (with the machine off)
John Allen mailto:john.allen at codemountain.net
Ubuntu gutsy (development branch), kernel 2.6.20-15-generic
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