I need help from some of the techies on this board.
I'm going start taking my ASUS EEE on trips with me and want to use it on the plane.
I usually fly American which states the following about their power outlets:
American uses a "cigarette lighter" style outlet delivering 15 volts of direct current. On most aircraft*, a power outlet is available at each seat in First and Business class, as well as selected rows in the Coach cabin. Outlets may be used to operate laptop computers, CD/DVD players, charging cell phones and other devices with a maximum 75-watt capacity
I'm getting a car charger for the EEE. It has the following info:
Input : 10~18VDC
Output : 12VDC-3A
Can I use the car charger on the plane for power without damaging my computer? (It has the cigarette lighter type plug.) Thanks.