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I have not had mine that long, to be honest i think it is too low, but its also too soon to tell for me. But the way i look at it even if it is 500, if you charge a laptop from dead to full once a day, that's still a 18 month lifetime (roughly). Which for the £70.00 i paid, i call that a fair time and if it last longer, great!
31 May 2014 by Ryan
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It can charge everything. It has a usb output. So if you have a cable it Works fine with everything. I used it for my ipad, Samsung s4, Samsung tablet and iphone.
6 Jan 2014 by Allan Kim Jensen
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It should without any issues, I got 19.5V Asus and it does the job, plus i ussually connect my phone to USB port of the battery :) hope it helps.
5 days ago by Maz
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I would imagine so. The one thing you should check is if one of the several plugs supplied with the Anker fits the HP Mini 1000. I am not familiar with your Netbook but would thinks that it does. Email Anker to check. They are most helpful and will go to much trouble to ensure that you have the best advice before ordering. Their customer service is second to none. If the plug is provided then you will be OK. Remember to read the instrs and choose the correct input for your Netbook. Good luck. If you do buy the Anker you will be very pleased to have it.
15 Jul 2014 by Khushiman
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Never used it on any samsung equipment, only on apple. I would assume that if you use the correct lead then there should be no problem as it is after all just a power source
25 Jun 2014 by A. Bone
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Has adapters to fit most things but I don't know what the Samsung series 9 adapter looks like I'm sorry
19 Jun 2014 by boris7691
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You get a bag with all kind of jacks. depending what charging port you have on your camera. I personally use my mobile phone to record the traffic except night time. I do believe you can charge your camera with this but depends of your charging port.
17 Jun 2014 by Amazon Customer
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Unfortunately not - only via a mains electricity supply. That said, it holds a huge amount of power ...
17 Jun 2014 by tonfoster
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sure
6 Jun 2014 by SS T.
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Dave, the chargerbyou refer to can support all laptops. It is a question of how long it can work for using your laptop. It is basically a battery that has a capacity of 20Ah. If you know how much current your computer uses per hour, then you can calculate how long the battery will last before it needs to be recharged. Don't forget that your laptop has it's own battery which will extend the useful operating time. Regards, Patrick
29 May 2014 by maninbrasil
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