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Some HP Laptops Require 120W Of Power – Find The Replacement Here

When a lesser powered HP Laptop Charger just will not do because you need a strong an powerful adapter, visit Laptop Power UK. Alongside the ‘regular 65W and 90W adapters most commonly used on HP laptops, you can also purchase a 120W Laptop Power Supply for when your high end laptop is thirsty for electricity and working to its maximum potential.

This original HP power supply is a lot larger than a 65W adapter as it has to pack more punch to power the laptop. However these high end laptops are usually used by professionals or keen gamers and so they are rarely transported around in a laptop carry case.

We provide a free laptop power cord with each order and a 12 month warranty to back up our claims of tiny failure rates. In fact some reports suggest failures as little as 1 in 1 Million on the high end OEM and original chargers. So it really will be money well spent, purchasing from Laptop Power UK.

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