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Sony Chargers From 65W to 120W

Depending on the model of your Sony laptop, it could either be a small netbook, designed to be easily transported and used on your laptop on the train or a large, powerful notebook that you keep on your desk at home, rarely moving it. With these different sized laptops comes different power requirements.

Your netbook will be specifically designed to have a long battery life, using smaller amounts of power. It may not have a disk drive and usually incorporates a 10″ screen. For these kinds of laptops we stock the smaller 40W and 65W Laptop Power Supplies. All of our Sony Laptop Chargers come with a 12 month warranty and a free power cord.

For your big gaming/office type laptops with large panels and high end graphics we also stock the more powerful 120W adapters perfect for delivering the right amount of power to your machine. Whatever your model, whether it be the Sony Vaio PCG-6112 Adapter or Sony Vaio VGN-FE range you need to find, just visit our online store at

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