Sorry, that type of power tip is not available...yet : (
I f you need an airline adapter, you can get one at this link :http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore.woa/wa/RSLID?mco=4EDFB3DD&fnode=home/shop_mac/mac_accessories/portable_gear&nplm=MB441Z/A
It dosen't work in the car though.
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the fit on the end of the battery adapter basically shorts and back fires and holds electricity in the battery making it unable to connect at the wall and flow again .... so you have to be able to Release the bent up or saved electricity the battery retained... by either plugging it in at the same time your finger can turn your computer on generating an instant flow.. this is very touchy area...but this morning after many times of doing it this above way i simply plugged my new iphone into the usb side socket to create a flow ( i have nothing that fits the adapters) and with the first plug from phone to usb port WALA xox I've been doing this off and on for 2 years since i first purchased it but it has never ever charged my battery ~ it's junk product but nothing else was available to purchase
Follow the steps below and it should solve your mac problem..
Disconnect any devices connected to the computer including printers, hubs, and third-party keyboards or mice, and test the computer again by trying to turn it on.
If you're using a MacBook or MacBook Pro, check the battery level. Press the small button on the battery or on the side of the computer. You should see lights indicating the battery's level of charge. If you see just one light blinking, the battery needs to be recharged. Use the fluorescent pen computer with the adapter connected to recharge the battery.
Unplug the power adapter from the electrical outlet and from the MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro. Wait one minute. Plug it back into the wall first, then to the computer. Make sure the electrical outlet is working by plugging in another device (such as a lamp). When you plug the adapter back into the computer, the PowerBook G4 Battery 15" power adapter LEDs should light up green or amber.
Inspect the MagSafe port on the computer for debris, such as metal stuck to the magnet in the port, which might prevent the connector from seating properly. On the adapter side, look at the DC connector for dust or other debris and check whether pins are missing, bent, or stuck down. If you find any of these to be true, see Apple Portables: Troubleshooting MagSafe adapters for instructions on cleaning the adapter.
Make sure you are using the adapter that was designed for your computer. If you aren't sure or if you need a new adapter,learn which adapter is appropriate for your computer.
Press the control key, the command key, and the sony vgp-bps13a/b battery power button simultaneously and hold for three seconds to try to restart the computer.
Reset the PRAM. After pressing the power button, hold down these keys simultaneously: Command-Option-P-R, until you hear the startup chime at least one additional time after the initial startup chime.
Reset the SMC for the MacBook And MacBook Pro by removing the AC power, removing the sony vgp-bps13 battery and then holding down the power button for five seconds. On the MacBook Air, press (left) Shift-Control-Option along with the power button once. Note: You must use the keys on the left side of the MacBook Air keyboard.
If you recently installed additional memory, make sure it is correctly installed and is compatible with your computer. Remove the new memory to see if the computer starts up properly without it.
If you are still unable to start up your computer after trying each of these steps, schedule a service appointment with either an Apple Retail Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider.
The physical connection is one thing. If it looks the same it may work, however you might want to know the amps as well, and if the tip is positive or negative. As an alternative the USBadapter may be easier fix and even WalMart has one that fits in the cigarette lighter. My Asus is 19v. 2.1amp, with a tip +.
I hope this was useful and please comment if this was helpful to you.
I have the same model adapter for my dell, I believe there is a number on the tip that you need, have you tried ebay for the part they are called 'smart tips'. I think it's a different adapter direct from kensington now, but you can buy them from 3rd parties.
Save yourself a lot of time and grief by going to Radio Shack and getting a connector adapter. They have an "octopus" that will match what you need and then just be careful to observe polarity when you attach it. Steve Medley