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Laptop battery lower then listed power draw.


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#1 SEANIA

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Posted 03 September 2014 - 05:50 PM

I was checking the power draw of my device since I was bored. I noticed the power output listed on my laptops battery is lower then the requirement for my laptop or the charger. 

 

The charger and laptop are both rated at 19V/3.42A and 65Wh. However the the battery is listed at 11.1V/5A and 56 Wh. Is this normal? I checked my phone and it's batter is larger then the listed requirement, for battery life/fast charging I'd assume, but the laptops appears to be under powered. Am I missing something?

 

Might be worth noting the thing gets ridiculous battery life, it says it's rated at 8 but I've seen it do 12 or more at idle. Can take pictures.


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