When choosing a laptop charger, it is important to keep track of the charger's plug, the voltage required to charge the laptop, and the current.
The power of the power supply is obtained by multiplying the voltage by the current. For example, if the current is set to 3.34 A and the voltage is 19.5 V, a charger with a power of 65 W is required.
Information on the required current and voltage can be found on the label on the bottom of the notebook, under the battery or on the old charger.
Bitboard stores also have little-used Lenovo, Dell, and HP original chargers in good condition. In addition, we offer universal power supplies and car adapters for laptops.