With laptop computers becoming more and more powerful and sporting more and more features by the year, it’s unsurprising that the laptop is becoming as important a part of the home as the television and the radio before it. Thanks to increased connectivity the laptop has become a versatile and indispensible tool for both work and play, sharing data between different systems via blu-tooth technology and even interacting with mobile phones. Many models now feature ports to plug into HD televisions enabling video playback and high resolution picture viewing and USB ports now come as standard so most devices plug into each other with ease. Portability is a massive factor as well, a couple of hours charge from a hp pavilion dv5000 charger or a compaq presario cq61 power supply and you and your laptop are free to roam.
A house is not a home… without a few laptop chargers
That’s why when a laptop is out of action it can be a massive pain for the whole household. A broken laptop screen or a burnt out laptop battery charger is hardly the end of the world, but it’s not something you want to leave unresolved for too long. Also if you’re a household of multiple laptops, it can be confusing as to which small black cable goes into which hole. With different brand names to remember and seemingly endless product numbers to memorise it can make finding a replacement laptop power adapter a major irritation.
So, helpful folks that we are at Laptop Power UK, not only do we stock pretty much every laptop charger you can think of (and a few you probably can’t) we also offer loads of clear, jargon free advice for people who just want to find a replacement charger without any fuss. We stock everything from the dell inspiron 6400 power supply to the sony vgp-ac19v20 laptop adapter and we also stock replacement laptop lcd screens all at prices that other retailers can’t match. We offer lighting quick delivery too, so you’re never left without a charger for long.
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