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By computer so that you will obtain the specific charger that you need.

What laptop is it? Manufacturer name, and Model Number.
(Bottom of laptop)

Also,.....on the Bottom of the laptop is stated the Input, and Output voltage.
Your concern is the input Voltage, not so much about the Amperage.
(V = Voltage, A = Amperage)

Input: 12V2A (Sometimes printed as 12V~2A)
12 Volts at 2 Amperes.

The AC adapter (Charger) must also have the correct plug to fit the laptop's DC Power Jack.


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I need to purchase a new charger for my Gateway CX2724 laptop. Will any charger for a Gateway laptop do, or do I need to look for one for my model specifically?

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