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Which Laptop Spares Do We Sell?

We choose our range of laptop spares with a variety of factors in mind. They are all compatible parts and therefore not made by your laptop’s manufacturer, which means we can give you good prices that make it worth replacing components rather than buying a new machine; thus saving valuable time and money. That doesn’t mean we sacrifice quality – all Laptop Power laptop spares come with a year long guarantee unless stated otherwise on the product page. We’re confident about outstanding quality.

You won’t find any hard drives on this website. Nor any peripherals, CD readers or writers, or speakers. In fact, there is a lot of laptop hardware we don’t sell. Universal plug and play peripherals you can get anywhere, so there is no need for us to weigh into an already saturated market. Technical laptop spares that require expert installation are also outside our remit. This is simply because our market is based upon our intention to help our customers with the more common problems resulting from faulty laptops, such as replacing a cracked screen or a keyword with missing keys.  Affordable repairs are made possible with Laptop Power.

In the case of laptop screens, we can even install for you if you like, but we’ll do everything we can to help you do it yourself. That includes providing plenty of assistance through email or over the phone, as well as detailed step by step instructions supplied with every replacement screen or keyboard.

Mostly, we specialise in laptop power adaptors, laptop screens, and replacement keyboards. In the unlikely event we don’t have one of those things for your laptop make and model, that means we haven’t been able to source an affordable compatible laptop part that meets our high quality standards. We ensure that all of the products advertised on our site are only of the highest quality, so that our customers can be certain they are receiving only the best.

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