The answer is not so good. Laptop power cables are one of the few bastions of greed computer companies have left. Most require power in strange wattage with funky connectors, which basically forces you to get a new brick/power cord from the computer company itself.
And they aren’t cheap!
There are usually knock-offs you can buy from other companies a little bit cheaper, but in all cases, it means one laptop’s power cable cannot be used with another laptop, most especially from a different brand or model. Hence the reason I don’t stock a huge assortment in the hopes one might work for you.
Wal-mart in Taos does sell a “universal” power cord for $60 (Click Here), with 7 different tips. There is no guarantee that it will work with your specific laptop (no matter what the text reads!).