Replace Your Battery, Not Your Laptop

Posted on 16 May 2012


A sad fact of life for laptop owners is that your computer’s battery grows weaker each time that you use it, whether you are operating on battery or electrical power.  Over the years, I have owned a number of different laptop brands, including HP, Compaq, Acer, Lenovo, and Apple.  And, no matter the brand name, the rechargeable batteries powering the laptop all suffer the same diminished capacity over time.


When you remove your brand new laptop from its box, you feel a sense of freedom as you can operate your computer virtually anywhere.  As your laptop ages, however, you find yourself tethered with increasing frequency to a power cord – your usage limited by the need to be in close proximity to an electrical outlet.


If you are anything like me, your laptop ultimately becomes like a desktop – always plugged into an outlet.  When you reach that stage in my case, or sooner if you have less tolerance for diminished battery life, you feel the need to replace your laptop with a new model.


While there are many conceivable reasons for purchasing a new laptop, most users replace their laptops because of battery life deficiencies.  It rarely occurs to such users that they need not replace a perfectly serviceable laptop, they need only replace its battery.


If you are searching for a replacement battery for your laptop, you could order one through its manufacturer.  A better, faster way, however, is to simply go online to  At, you’ll find the exact battery to fulfill your needs at a surprisingly affordable price.  Whether you are seeking an HP Laptop Battery or a battery for your Apple, Toshiba, IBM, or other brand laptop, is the only source you need consult.



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