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HP Pavilion DV6 Charger – Tests show this laptop won’t last long without a charge

There are different levels of usage your laptop goes through, from light use when typing a word document to heavy use when running a lot of programmes or playing a DVD. The battery life of your laptop varies accordingly depending on the tasks you are doing at the time. Most laptops will give you 3-4 hours use off one charge during light use. Some tests have shown that the DV6 may only last an hour or so under heavy use so considering a DVD lasts around two hours you can see that you will need a working Laptop Charger to continue to use your laptop for an extended period.

The HP Pavilion DV6 Adapter is available now from Laptop Power UK but before you order check the output voltage and ampage you need as the HP Pavilion DV6-1230US Charger for instance requires a 90W supply and the HP Pavilion DV6-3230US Adapter should be a 65W version. We do have these listed so just enter the correct model number of your laptop into our website.

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