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Extra battery for ASUS UX21E?


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#1 ciyuna

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Posted 16 January 2014 - 08:34 PM

Does anyone know where I can get an extra battery for my ASUS ZenBook UX21E Laptop? I got it for college and I'm thinking that I would like a second battery to keep in my backpack. I would rather get a replacement battery from asus because then it would be exactly the same as the one that I already have, but if I have to go with another brand then I guess that that will have to do. I checked cbatterie.com , caccu.nl , and cbatteria.com  and none of them have batteries for the UX21E yet. Is there somewhere else that I can get a spare battery, is there a way to get one from asus, or should I just wait until one of these websites has batteries for the UX21E? And if that is my only option, which site should I use, and do they make their own batteries, or do they get them from asus? 
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Posted 17 January 2014 - 07:20 PM

Did you know that batteries have their own model numbers ?  If you take it out and look at the back of it you will find its own model number. You can then google for that number and see what you find - you may of course finish up back at ASUS.

 

You will also find the important specifications of output voltage and current capacity, normally given in mAH, printed on the base of it. There may even be, as there is on the base of my wife's battery, a list of equivalent model numbers.

 

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Posted 17 January 2014 - 10:19 PM


 
 
I google the number and I found  ####

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Posted 18 January 2014 - 10:11 AM

Hi, there is no point of getting a second battery for it because you cannot easily switch out the battery without having to disassembly it.

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