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90W HP DV7 Laptop Power Supplies

Some laptops give you the option of using a 65W or 90W version of the same Laptop Power Supply on your laptop. This is good as it gives you a few more options but here at Laptop Power UK we always recommend you opt for the higher powered charger should you have the option.

The higher powered HP Laptop Adapter will be able to charge your laptop battery quicker than the 65W version. If you are just running the laptop solely of the mains power supply then the 90W of power generated will be more than enough to keep the laptop performing well. It will not find itself struggling for power and your battery light will not blink on and off warning you of the lack of power.

For this original HP DV7 Laptop Charger replacement, come to Laptop Power UK. Our replacement laptop chargers are second to none because they are original and include a free 12 month warranty and laptop power cord. You will struggle to find a cheaper original adapter anywhere else.

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