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    power inverter

    i have a hp e-pc computer and a datalux screen (10.4") and i wanted to know which power inverter would do best, like how many watts would it have to be. i already have a 400 watt inverter/ 800 watt peak, would that be enough? Could someone help me out. I'm going out of town and i would really like to use it on my trip.

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    that should be plenty. Most PCs have 250-300 watt power supply, so that inverter should be just right.

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    The e-pc's only have a ~150Watt power supply. You should have plenty of extra power.
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    The rating needs to be for continous use.... the peak rating on the inverter is generally what is 'advertised'. Check the specs.
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