Its for a university project I am currently working on and we need to power it directly from a DC battery and not through mains. Both my supervisor and myself are well aware that it would void warranty.
Unless you must prove you can run it off a DC source directly for your project, SilentStorm, I do hope you are aware that you can use a DC-AC power inverter suited to powering your laptop (while you are chasing tornados?).
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