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Free to roam

New technology always allows for greater freedom it seems, and none so much as the availability of Wi-Fi. With big franchises such as McDonalds, Starbucks and big national gyms joining in, more and more people are taking advantage of this offer to connect to the internet for free when they’re out and about. Even some of the smaller establishments are now offering free Wi-Fi.

The ability to roam freely and still be able to connect to the internet tempts many people to take their laptops with them when going to town or to a café. Wi-Fi can be particularly useful for people that want freedom to roam with their laptops without the use of wires and/or laptop adaptors.

In order for this freedom to work, however, a laptop must have a charged laptop battery as even though those places offering Wi-Fi will usually have power outlets, they may not necessarily be available. In cases like this it’s usually more convenient to carry your own extra laptop battery to prevent your laptop from running out of power and can reduce the burden of constantly searching for a power outlet.

Extra laptop batteries can go hand in hand with using Wi-Fi when you’re out and about as they both eliminate the need for wires, giving the laptop user a greater degree of freedom. Here at Laptop Power UK, we provide you with an extensive range of laptop batteries suitable for most makes of laptop at some of the best prices around and with next-day delivery.

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