Each notebook has a so-called battery (short battery) so
that you can also operate the device on the go without having to
connect it to the mains. The battery stores electrical energy by
having them previously converted into chemical energy. Once the
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the power supply, the conversion back to electrical
energy begins to ensure a continuous operation. Unfortunately, the
service life is limited and depends on the technique used, and the
period of use. In this category you will find batteries for a
wide range of laptops from leading
manufacturers such as Lenovo, IBM, Fujitsu, HP and others.
What should I look for when buying a battery?
As with other components is also here that a battery is usually
produced only for certain models. Therefore, you will find in each
item description, the respective models are supported. In addition,
sometimes you will encounter the term "High Capacity". This is
bigger batteries, so after a charging allow for longer use of the
notebook. These are slightly larger and can therefore
easily protrude from the device, but what not usually disruptive.
Whether you need a replacement battery or a second for a quick
change. With us you get original batteries from different
manufacturers. This will provide the quality and performance
that will help their notebook at the usual endurance.
Which handling batteries is recommended?
Since technology is becoming more modern and the materials differ
depending on the manufacturer, no general solution can be
unfortunately specify which guarantees maximum life. However,
certain options have proven that can bring about a longer useful.
These include, firstly, that when fully charged should be no more
permanent connection made ??to the electricity grid and to be
avoided as far as possible
unnecessary charging and discharging cycles. Example, if you work
in the office with the notebook, it is advisable to remove the battery and only
reinstate in mobile operation. If the storage is to take place over a longer period,
a charge of 60-70% is recommended. However, it should be held
recharged at least every 6 months, since the time automatically a
discharge takes place. In order to achieve the longest possible
time until the next boot, you should disable unneeded components.
These include compounds such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or external consumers such
as USB hard drives. In addition, a
high screen brightness consumes a lot of energy.
Furthermore, the energy management helps in phases where the
notebook is not directly used to save power by
setting the screen is turned off or the power completely goes into