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Axelion

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Hello, I have acer aspire one 532H-2730 netbook. For a dumb berserk reason, my battery doesn't work anymore. So right now I'm looking for a battery for that model. I want to get a good deal for this one. So can anyone tell me where can I purchase and get a good deal of the battery for that netbook?

I also contacted acer for this. I couldn't afford expensive battery since I'm just a student that needed this netbook to work for school projects.
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amw_drizz

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I use batteryedge.com and ebay.com for batteries. I picked up a battery for my Dell E1505 off of ebay for $38.00 and change(which retails for $150+ for the 9cell) And I just got a battery for my (neused) IBM T40 which had a rapidly aging battery for $60 shipped from battery edge.

With ebay just make sure they offer a warranty on the battery your getting. With battery edge they have a 1yr warranty on defects / workmanship meaning they wont cover it if it dies on its own.

From batteryedge.com your looking at $39-$66 depending on which model battery you want, standard, hi-capacity, ultra hi-capacity.
http://www.batteryed...ensive_Search=Y
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