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Advent laptop chargers – The UK’s #1 laptop charger specialist

Laptop Power UK have long been getting poor feedback from our customers regarding the longevity of the PC World in-house Advent brand of laptops.  The Advent laptop chargers have historically has a very high failure rate, which are 20v 3.25a rated and are manufactured by Li Shin.  The Advent Laptop screens range has also been accused of lagging behind the conversion of many other manufacturers over onto LED technology which not only provides a better picture quality but also helps to converse the laptop battery.

The move by PC World to promote the Emachines and Ei-Systems range of laptops over the past year has intrigued market commentators, with many keen to see how the Emachines and E-System laptops would compare to the traditional Advent series of laptop.  So far the reviews appear positive.  The Emachines E525 laptop screen and Emachines D620 laptop charger have been two of the best selling products for Laptop Power UK during 2009.  Fortunately for customers, these Emachines and E-System laptops appear to have a much stronger performance and longevity than Advent Laptops.

Laptop Power UK recommends customers to have a serious look at the Emachines D620 laptop and the Emachines E525 laptop.  They provide good value for money for customers looking for a cheap entry point into the laptop market, and are likely to hold up better than Advent laptops which have a poor outlook past 12 months of use.  The E-machines D620 screen at 14.1” is an excellent contrast and it will be acceptable for the vast majority of user.  Please consult Laptop Power UK’s website for a complete range of Emachines laptop chargers.

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