right battery for portable computing
Laptops are known to be tough hosts on their batteries. The
host demands a stream of uninterrupted power but offers a poor working
environment in return. As a result, the battery cannot provide the promised
runtime and the service cuts short, often with little notice. In this paper we
address the unhappy marriage between the host and battery, and examine what
causes a battery to deteriorate faster than in other portable devices.
Activate new pa3166u-1brsbattery
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best battery for laptops?
Batteries for laptops have a unique challenge - they must be small and
lightweight. In fact, the laptop battery should be invisible to the user and
deliver enough power to endure a five-hour flight from Toronto to Vancouver.
In reality, a typical laptop battery provides only about 90 minutes of
service. Many users complain of much shorter runtimes.
Computer manufacturers are hesitant to add a larger battery because of
increased size and weight. A recent survey indicated that, given the option of
larger size and more weight for longer runtimes, most users would settle for
what is being offered today. For better or worse, we have learned to accept
the short runtime of a laptop.
The energy density of modern batteries improves by about 10% per year.
However, the benefit of better battery performance is eaten up by higher power
requirements of laptops. This results in the same runtime but more powerful