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HP Pavilion DV5 Laptop Battery Replacements

Like many other HP Pavilion Laptop Batteries, our replacement for the HP Pavilion DV5 is rated as a 5200mAh. This figure gives you the rate at which the battery will lose it’s charge under normal discharge conditions. There are sometimes options when looking to purchase a new HP Laptop Battery in terms of this all important capacity. There may be options to have a larger capacity or a smaller capacity. Obviously the higher the capacity the better but you will need to spend more on your Laptop Battery Replacement.

For a very well priced HP Pavilion DV5 Laptop Battery Replacement you should visit Laptop Power UK where our OEM replacement will not cost you a fortune but it will work a treat. Once fully charged you can expect at least two hours use, if not more from a full charge. This kind of reserve power can be indispensable at times and with prices so low for such an important replacement part you should consider your options at Laptop Power UK.

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