Get the most out of your laptop’s battery.

30 Aug

Achieve Maximum Laptop Battery Performance on the Road
Laptop Chargers are crucial when working on the road. To get maximum performance from your laptop battery, fully optimize the laptop’s power management features prior to use. However, there is a trade off when setting your laptop power management. You will achieve better power conservation in exchange for lesser computing performance. The power management system conserves the laptop battery power by setting the processor to run at a slower speed,Toshiba Satellite 2100 Battery
dimming the laptop screen, slowing down the hard drive when it’s not in use and causing the machine to go into sleep or suspend mode when it is inactive. Your laptop user’s guide will provide information relating to specific power management features.

Increase your Laptop Battery Life
Did you know that detaching your main laptop battery from your laptop would increase your laptop’s battery life up to 75%? Our experience and testing have shown that even when you are plugged in with your laptop ac adapter and your battery is fully charged, the laptop will still use the laptop battery resources in small increments. This will put unnecessary charge cycles to your battery. Since typical li-ion laptop Chargers have 375 charge cycles, having a fully charged battery inserted will put unnecessary charge cycles. The downside to Toshiba Satellite A65 Series Battery removing your laptop battery maybe a loss of power when the ac adapter is accidentally unplugged or when there is a power outage.

Laptop Chargers: OEM vs. 3rd Party
Third party laptop Chargers supplied by AtBatt.com are usually lower in price and usually exceed the specifications of OEM Laptop Chargers. Many of AtBatt’s laptop Chargers use the exact same battery cells as OEM Chargers. In addition, AtBatt offers a superior warranty over OEM manufacturer’s warranty. Finally, we make warranty replacement on our 3rd party laptop battery easier by dealing with you, the consumer, directly.”

Are there restrictions when taking lithium-ion batteries on planes?
Effective January 1, 2008, the Department of Transportation (DOT) will no longer allow loose lithium batteries in checked baggage. These batteries may continue to be packed in carry-on baggage.

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