08-03-2009 02:11 AM
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 ?
08-03-2009 06:09 PM
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.
08-04-2009 12:38 AM
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.
08-04-2009 09:02 AM
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.
08-04-2009 11:09 AM
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.