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Universal Laptop AC Adapter – The universal solution for your Netbook

Your netbook machine gives you the freedom to access the internet when you are on the move. They are designed to be Lightweight and portable but when your Universal laptop Charger breaks they are rendered useless. There is however an affordable and practical solution from Laptop-Power UK. Our universal netbook charger comes with a selection of interchangeable tips allowing you to select the correct one for your particular netbook. If you have more than one in your household or work then you can use just one Notebook charger to charge all your machines.

At only £28.99 this affordable and practical solution could even be used as a spare at your office, or anywhere you frequently visit. Small in size it could even be kept as a back up in your laptop bag. We know how annoying it can be when you cannot use your netbook. Never be without the power you need again with a Replacement Universal Charger from Laptop-Power UK.

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