Where's the best place to buy HP laptop chargers?

Hp Spectre X360 13 Late 2019
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Where's the best place to buy HP laptop chargers?

Best answer: The best place to get a new charger for an HP laptop is from HP itself since you'll be able to work closely with customer support to make sure you get the right type of charger.Best overall charger: HP 65W USB-C Power Adapter (opens in new tab) ($55 at HP)

Why choose HP?

The main reason why you should get an HP laptop charger from HP itself is because you'll be able to closely work with HP's customer support to make sure that you get the best available charger. Since each HP device has its own charging connection type, voltage requirement, and battery size, picking the ideal charger for your device is essential. If you don't, the charger you end up with may not fit, might charge at a slow pace, or may even short out your device's motherboard.

What's an excellent overall charger?

HP Spectre x360 13t (late 2019)

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Out of all of the different HP chargers available, our overall favorite is the HP 65W USB-C Power Adapter. It uses a USB-C connection to charge, which has become a standard for many laptops in recent years. In addition to this, it also delivers 65W of charging, which is a strong amount that will juice up most devices at a satisfactory pace. Finally, the adapter isn't very bulky, like a lot of other chargers can be, which makes it very easy to take with you wherever you go. Overall, this adapter is HP's best general use charger and will be ideal for a myriad of devices. However, you should make sure that your device is compatible with it before you buy one.

Brendan Lowry is a Windows Central writer and Oakland University graduate with a burning passion for video games, of which he's been an avid fan since childhood. You'll find him doing reviews, editorials, and general coverage on everything Xbox and PC. Follow him on Twitter.