All laptop power supplies are not made equal. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes with a range of different connectors and are manufactured to differing standards. If you need to purchase a replacement power adapter for your laptop, you’ll need to buy a product that’s compatible with your specific make and model of laptop.
Most laptop manufacturers will list replacement parts within the documentation supplied with the laptop but you can often also find this information on their web site. Branded laptop power supplies are usually more expensive than generic power adapters but if you opt for a third party power supply, check the specs to ensure compatibility with your machine. A universal power supply provides the versatility of working with a wider range of laptops making it handy when you move on to a new computer.
Even if your existing laptop power supply works perfectly well, if you depend on your laptop remaining operational at all times, it’s worth having a spare adapter around in case it fails.
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