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Plusnplus
What's DOS?
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Registered: ‎08-03-2009
Location: singapore
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S10 owner, can confirm that power adapter in your package is Lenovo brand or oem brand?

Hi all,

I just bought new Lenovo S10 (or S10e, the screen is glossy type). My package come with oem power adapter.

Anyone can confirm, I should get lenovo power adapter or since begining, lenovo only provide oem power adapter for all S10?

 

I very disappointed when I call Lenovo technical support hotline, they said, lenovo or oem brand same, similiar, same function, etc.

Then why they have lenovo.com ? lenovo word mean nothing right ?

Plusnplus
What's DOS?
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Registered: ‎08-03-2009
Location: singapore
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Re: S10 owner, can confirm that power adapter in your package is Lenovo brand or oem brand?

Anyone (S10 owner) can help me?

For 1st time in 20 years, bought 10+ notebooks, from different major brand, only this time I found out the lenovo S10 package not come with original brand power adapter.

hpholm
802.11n
Posts: 78
Registered: ‎02-24-2009
Location: Denmark
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Re: S10 owner, can confirm that power adapter in your package is Lenovo brand or oem brand?

Hi Plusnplus,

My S10e (4187-5LG, January 2009) came with a Li Shin power adapter ... And a WD hard drive, a Sanyo battery + internal components from lots of other manufacturers! The Lenovo warranty on the whole package (except the battery) is 2-4 times better than the minimum requirements in Denmark. That is what makes the difference for me.

By the way: The power adapter for my IBM L40SX (~1991) portable computer is "made in Japan" OEM with an IBM sticker on it.

--

Hans

frankjg
Punch Card
Posts: 84
Registered: ‎01-21-2009
Location: Kenmore,WA
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Re: S10 owner, can confirm that power adapter in your package is Lenovo brand or oem brand?

All my S10,s came with Li Shin power supplies. Makes no difference who supplies the power adaptor. Rather like buying a Ford car equiped with a Interstate battery.

 

Frank

 

Frank
Kenmore, WA
USA
yus9
802.11n
Posts: 132
Registered: ‎03-17-2009
Location: San Jose & Taipei
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No problem... just notify your Lenovo provider.

Agreed that most of the products we buy are comprised of parts not only from

many different manufacturers, but also from a multitude of countries.

Still it makes me feel secure to see Lenovo labels on all parts when I open the box.

 

In this instance, I'm guessing that the Lenovo label was not put on.

 

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