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Are Dell laptop chargers all they cracked up to be?

Are Dell Laptop Chargers all they cracked up to be? We think they are. With so many poor quality copies and generic replacements out there you might want to go along to your nearest electrical store as a place where you can trust. But even these superstores to not cater specifically for your laptop needs. To save shelf space and to keep their range manageable these big stores have taken the lazy option and stock a handful of generic universal adapters. With these, you simply select the output current and the charger tip that fits into your laptop and throw the rest away.

They are also significantly more expensive and what if you select the wrong power or lose that one tip that fits your laptop? You will be in trouble then and looking for a replacement. Whilst you may think that a genuine Dell Charger could cost upwards of £80 or more, the truth is slightly more appealing. Specialists such as Laptop Power UK have done extensive research into the vast majority of laptops available in the UK market and come up with an individual charging solution for each and every one of them.

This does not mean a Universal adapter suitable for hundreds of makes and models but instead a bespoke, purpose built charger direct from the manufacturer or OEM supplier. So your Dell Inspiron 1564 Charger needs to be replaced, we believe only an original Dell will do. Made specifically for your laptop, everything about this unit is designed to power your laptop properly, from the power output, correct fixed tip and relevant safety measures. Your laptop is important so we think you should only trust the best power supplies to do the job.

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