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Reasons not to bin your laptop

If you were to count up the number of laptops that people throw away each year, you’d be quite surprised as it’s a reasonably high figure. However, you may be even more surprised to learn that most of these thrown-away laptops are discarded for little to no reason, or for reasons that are easily resolved for a fraction of the cost of a brand new laptop.

Issues such as broken laptop screens, worn out keyboards/missing keys and fatigued batteries seem to prompt people to discard an otherwise fine laptop in favour of buying a new one. As well as being an extremely expensive habit, this practice is also very harmful to the environment – adding unnecessary waste to our environment.

Laptops are quite complicated machines and so when one part is broken, it does not mean that the entire thing is useless. Things like laptop batteries, laptop screens and laptop keyboards can all be easily sourced and replaced. Replacing these parts of your laptop can not only save you hundreds of pounds but can give your laptop an extra few years of life.

With the help of Laptop Power UK and the many countless instructions you can find on the internet, you can easily replace your laptop keyboard as well as laptop screens (although we do offer a service for replacing the screen just in case you’re not able to do it yourself).

Here at Laptop Power UK, we aim to give you a wide selection of laptop parts at some of the best prices around. With easy drop down menus and competitive prices, Laptop Power UK will help you save your money, time and laptop.

This entry was posted on Friday, November 13th, 2009 at 10:00 am. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.

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