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Super long-life laptop battery

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Posted 21 November 2011 - 02:09 PM


Does anyone know if it is possible to buy a super long-life laptop battery, or do they all still more or less have the same kind of length on them?

I often hook my laptop up to my tv to watch stuff on the iplayer, and over time it has worn the battery down to just 45 minutes to an hour before cutting out.

I have tried to contact ASUS, my laptop provider (I have and X58L series), but they said they cannot advise me.

If anyone can help, please let me know!


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Posted 21 November 2011 - 02:39 PM

I can't find a replacement battery that exceeds the OEM rating of 4400mAh. So I would think that it is unlikely that a replacement battery will exceed the same standards of 4400mAh. You may have just met the usability lifecycle of your battery and it's time to replace it anyway.

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