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Why Delta Electronics and Liteon are the Sotheby and Christies of laptop chargers

Delta Electronics and Liteon are not household names, but maybe they should be! These two companies are the leading OEM producers of amongst other things laptop chargers and laptop adapters. Each and every day you use your laptop or netbook, the chances are you are using one of these two companies’ products to power your device.

As in most industries, there is no shortage of young and competitive pretenders. However the fact of the matter is that most of them are not very good and reliability of the equipment produced does not compare to that produced by Delta or Liteon. Why is this? Well firstly these two companies had the First Mover Advantage. They were awarded the large contracts back in the late 80’s and early 90’s to make laptop chargers for the biggest brands such as HP and IBM.

Over the years they have amassed a lot of expertise, quality control and patents. Many of the patents owned by these companies restricts the ability of competitors to make laptop chargers and laptop power supplies that meet the same performance cost effectively. If market reports are to be believed these companies are starting to struggle as laptop sales have fallen off globally. However don’t bet against Delta and Liteon being the companies who supply your laptop power cables in ten years’ time. Laptop Power UK is the leading distributor of Delta Electronics power supplies in Europe – so please get in touch.

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