How to Identify an Original Dell Inspiron 6000 Battery?
Posted May 08 2013 2:58am
At a time when millions of counterfeit laptop batteries penetrate the Internet marketplace every single day, finding an authentic Dell Inspiron 6000 battery online is a challenging task. Many people have spent hundreds of dollars on fake Dell laptop batteries only to realize that they are dead or are not compatible with their laptop brands. Fortunately, Dell and its team of global enthusiasts have highlighted ways of knowing when you are about to spend money on an authentic laptop battery and a piece of refurbished garbage that will not do your laptop computer any good. This article talks about some of these strategies in detail.
Physical appearance of a Dell Inspiron adapter or battery that is on offer speaks volumes of its level of quality. For instance, a high quality Dell Inspiron 6000 adapter should be black. It should also be made of a tough piece of plastic that is resistant to early wear and tear. If you notice that the battery for Dell Inspiron that is on offer is another color or shade other that dark black, chances are that you are on the noose of an unscrupulous laptop battery dealer. Examine the accessory keenly before your spend your hard-earned cash on it. First, check if the battery has signs of wear and tear. Are their cracks, split hairs, or dents on the surface of the battery? Do the particulars (stickers or labels) at the back of your battery look faded and or manipulated? Interpret the foregoing flaws as red flags and then move on.
To guarantee their customers that they are getting the best laptop batteries available, Dell, and its subsidiaries offer a warranty and or a money back guarantee. Fake retailers on the other hand do not offer the foregoing pleasantries for the very reason that they are not selling legitimate laptop batteries. If you are buying a product from a reputable source, you must expect your Inspiron laptop battery of choice to have the foregoing terms. Look at the reputation of your preferred retailer before you enter into a binding agreement. Has he, she, or the company been a part of any Internet frauds since they set up their virtual stores? Research online. Read blog posts and websites that expose scam businesses. You should also read reviews of other Dell Inspiron 6000 enthusiast who have bought their products at some point. After you have reviewed the business's portfolio, look at the terms and conditions pegged on its battery. Does it offer at least a six months warranty and or money back guarantee on its goods? If not, look for another store that offers these terms.
Unlike what many people think, not all online retailers sell authentic Dell Inspiron laptop batteries. Even though a majority offer branded and compatible batteries from official subsidiaries of Dell, a few rogue ones are out to cash on the ignorance of novice Dell enthusiasts. Evaluate the Dell battery for Inspiron 6000 that is on offer with a fine toothed comb before keying your credit card details, or entering into a binding agreement. Make sure that the appearance of the accessory that is on offer conforms to that of an original Dell Inspiron battery. It must also have a warranty or a money back guarantee on its terms.