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HP Spectre x360 - 13-ac003na
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I want to replace my tired old battery but I am unsure which vendor to use for a replacement.

 

Let me give an example of a couple of vendors I found:

- Dr Battery brand: £53.99 so on the pricier side https://www.amazon.co.uk/DR-BATTERY-13-ac000-TPN-Q178-859356-855/dp/B08XBTNGQJ/

- One I found on eBay for £25.99, much cheaper https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/134165496430

You can see on my image that the part numbers match both of my example vendors above. However, I notice my battery says 57.9Wh and the eBay one shows 59Wh. I'm not sure if that makes a material difference or not.

Are either of these suitable? Or another vendor? Is my concern about the voltage difference important?

 

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@JonL12345 

 

Normally HP does not keep batteries as spare parts, we have to buy from third parties. We need to buy from reputation vendors.

 

They can have many different prices very hard to say which one is better.

 

Regards.

BH
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I've no idea what would be considered a reputable vendor for these batteries. And does anyone know if the Wattage question I have makes any difference?

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