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Which replacement battery should I choose?

I have a HP Pavilion 5000 laptop, and it didnot work not long ago. I have to buy a battery replacement. So, I seek it in www.hp-laptop-batteries.com.au, then, I saw one universal external laptop battery can be used in my HP Pavilion 5000, and I also saw a special replacement battery for my laptop Btw,the universal laptop battery is 21200 mAh, another is 6600 mAh Plz tell me which one would you choose.
The detail information: External laptop battery: http://www.hp-laptop-batteries.com.au/external-battery.htm Special HP Pavilion 5000 battery: http://www.hp-laptop-batteries.com.au/external-battery.htm

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Www.batteriescenter.co.uk has some high quality replacement laptop batteries at cheap price. you can buy hp pavilion 5000 battery from here:
http://www.batteriescenter.co.uk/battery-laptop/hp-pavilion-5000-series.htm

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6600mah will last three times longer than the 2100.
Its a little heavier because it holds a longer charge. So if you want longer lasting battery then 6600 if you want lighter laptop then 2100.
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I would only trust the OEM (HP) or Batteries Plus. When I buy batteries for the shop I want a warranty with them that's immediate not send it and we'll see if it works.

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Ebay has some great hp battery's for cheap and some places warrenty it i looked at them for mine and was the best place that i sawl

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From the link you gave its seen that its comparatively lower than the other series.. Brand: HP Laptop BatteryBattery Info:
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  2. Store it in a cool and dry area. Do not expose battery to water or other moist/ wet substances.
  3. Do not forget to take away your Hp pavilion dv1000 battery from the laptop if you will not use it for a long time.
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  6. It is normal for HP laptop battery to become warm during charging and discharging.
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