450-AGHEDell Hybrid Adapter + Power Bank - 45W - South Africa is available from Dell Laptops and it is sold as brand new from our Notebook chargers / power supplies range of products. Images and descriptions are for reference purposes only & may change without prior notice. For reference purposes, the price of R2160 is valid 2018-01-22, and while stocks last, may be valid until , but this is a guide only. Prices may change without prior notice. Final price is by quote only.T&C's apply. E&OE. Laptop Direct. You are looking at products found in the Notebook chargers / power supplies category.
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Dell Hybrid Adapter + Power Bank - 45W - South Africa
Dell 450-AGHE Hybrid Adapter + Power Bank - 45W - South Africa, Compatible with --> XPS 13 / XPS 15 / Latitude 5x80 / Latitude 7x80
Enjoy continuous and uninterrupted productivity, charging at your desk or on-the-go with the Hybrid Adapter + Power Bank. Simultaneously charge both your laptop and a USB mobile device. The 2-in-1 design offers the flexibility to carry one or both the adapter and power bank modules for your charging needs. Travel light without the need to bring a dedicated charger for your mobile device. Sleek and round-edged, this aluminum Hybrid Adapter + Power Bank neatly slips into your bag and conveniently charges your devices wherever you may be.
Uninterrupted productivity on-the-go with the modular power
Simultaneously charge your laptop and USB mobile device