M2-ATX power brick for house use
I recently threw in the towel on my car pc set up and have been looking for ways to repurpose the set up around the house. I have some ideas but I'm looking for the least cumbersome way to power the pc (without changing the case etc - everything is in a neat case - mobo, m2, hdd, etc). I'm thinking any power brick that throws out 6V-24V with the right current rating should work (based on the spec sheet of the M2), but I just wanted to throw it out to the community in case there's an "advisable" input range.
At first I was narrowing my search to 12V adaptors, but to buy one (with the current rating) and get it to me here in canada with shippiong ~ $50 (in some cases shipping is more than the actually unit). However, I'm thinking any 19V laptop power brick (which most seem to be and I can get for free) should work to get power to the M2 which will down-convert for the PCs needs.
Am I mistaken?