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HP Elitebook 8530p Charger – One of the highest powered laptop chargers available

Most laptops will use a Power Supply that is either 65W or 90W. Less common is a laptop that uses a large 120W charger. The laptops that do use these larger chargers are commonly high end work or entertainment laptops. As they are expected to push the limits of the internal components, the demand for more power grows.

Running a film, or having several applications and running, say design software on your laptop requires more power for things like processors and the screen. This can be delivered all day every day by our HP Elitebook 8530p Charger. The battery may also have a larger capacity as it will drain more under normal use. Therefore the adapter required needs to be more powerful to charge this battery. If you are looking for a large 120W adapter then our Original HP Adapters will suit you down to the ground. Original and guaranteed for 12 months direct from the UK’s number one, Laptop Power UK.

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