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Spare laptop batteries can save a lot of frustration

There’s no doubting that laptops are convenient machines as they allow for a great degree of freedom – freedom from the office, freedom to do work in bed when you’re too sick or lazy to get out of it, freedom for youngsters to socialise (to a degree) when studying and freedom to do any last minute document alterations when travelling on the train to that all important meeting.

What makes these freedoms possible is the fact that laptops come with batteries which can last for up to 4 hours at a time. However, if you’re going to be away from a power supply for longer than that, or if you’ve forgotten to take your laptop adaptor with you, then you’ll be faced with a blank screen once the laptop battery runs out of power. This can be frustrating at the best of times, never mind at a time when you desperately needed to get that last piece of work finished.

Many people carry around a laptop adaptor with their laptop as it’s almost a guarantee that they’ll be able to find an outlet socket nearby. However, after countless times of to-ing and fro-ing with their laptop adaptors, it’s easy to lose track of them or whether they were put back into the laptop bag. The chances are that eventually you’ll find yourself without the adaptor when you most need it.

The most convenient way to overcome these chances is to carry one or two spare laptop batteries. For a small cost, you can virtually eliminate the chances of being left without a way to power your laptop.

Here at Laptop Power UK, we offer a wide variety of laptop batteries for a range of different brands and all at competitive prices, so now there’s no need to be without laptop power.

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