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HP Elitebook 8440p Adapter โ€“ Get more power to your laptop

A Laptop Adapter provides the necessary power to your laptop and stops the battery going flat. A lot of laptops either need a 65W or 90W power source. The 65W power source gives less power. Depending on the components within the laptop, it will require a certain level of power to run them when you are using the laptop from the mains. A laptop with a higher power requirement usually has a battery with a larger capacity and so again, needs more juice to store in it.

The HP Elitebook 8440p Adapter is one of these higher rated power supplies. Laptop Power UK supplies only the most durable and well made laptop chargers available. Sturdy enough to still work even after dropping it on the floor and yet still small enough to carry with you in your travel bag. With this extra power you can use your laptop for hours on end while you simultaneously give the battery a charge for when you are away from a power supply.

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