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HP Compaq Batteries Direct To Your Door

Over time, your HP Compaq Laptop Battery will begin to deteriorate eventually getting to the stage where it will not hold any meaningful amount of charge. This is very annoying as it essentially means that you need to be sat with your laptop plugged in to the mains at all times. This defeats the object of using a laptop which is really designed to be portable. Depending how the battery is used you could begin to see the demise of your HP Battery within a couple of years and would probably think of buying a replacement.

The trouble with Laptop Batteries is they tend to be pricey costing anywhere up to £100 depending on the capacity. At Laptop Power UK our laptop batteries are priced to be affordable. The cells inside are produced by Samsung, a name we can all associate with quality so once you have attached your new HP CQ61 Laptop Battery or any others from our range then your laptop will again perform as though it was brand new, straight out of the box.

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