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Dell Latitude C610 Laptop Charger – One that you may struggle to find anywhere else

The Dell C610 Laptop Charger has a very strange looking tip that connects to the laptop. This type of connector is mainly found on older models of laptop and is rarely included on the newer models of laptop being built. The relatively uncommon type of connector means that is can be a struggle to find anywhere that sells them. Luckily for you, you may have stumbled upon Laptop Power UK.

Our specialist Laptop Chargers cover practically every make and model of laptop, old and new so when yours has been lost, it seems to have burnt out or the cable has been chewed by a pet you know where to visit. All of our Dell Adapters are the real deal and come with a 12 month warranty. They lead the way in quality and safety and will do the job of powering your laptop just the way your original laptop charger did when you first bought the machine. You can order on-line or speak to one of our sales team by calling 0845 257 7745.

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