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Laptop Chargers to fit the HP Pavilion DV Range

There is a common theme amongst a large proportion of Pavilion DV laptops and that is the style of Laptop Adapter required to power the machine. In terms of the ‘adapter brick’ it will look like many other chargers but if you look closely you will see that it may not be the same in terms of the power output. A HP Pavilion DV2000 Adapter for instance will produce 19V 4.9A making a total of 90W of power. This will provide the correct amount of power needed to run the laptop either from the mains or to charge the battery.

The tip of the adapter – the part that plugs into your charging socket is also particularly designed to accept this size and shape. It sports a relatively thin tip with a little ridge running around the circumference. This helps to keep the HP Power Supply securely inserted and the power flowing. For any further information or help why not visit

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