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Philips Freevents laptop chargers – One of our Speciality products

The Philips Freevents series of laptops is not the most universally well known brand of laptop. However the series of laptop sold relatively well in the UK. As such the Philips Freevents 15NB57 charger and the Philips Freevents X59 charger are a couple of the popular products we sell.

The Philips Freevents laptops we actually quite popular with the public sector – hence the reason many of the Philips laptop adapters we sell are dispatched off purchase order for public establishments. Laptop Power UK is the nation’s favourite supplier of laptop spares. We supply both individual end user delivered either to their place of work of their home, and we also supply some of the nation’s largest maintenance organisations throughout Europe.

All orders are dispatched from our UK head office in St Helens ensuring our customers enjoy incredible lead times on their laptop adapters, laptop screens and laptop batteries purchases.

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