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Every rechargable battery "wears" as you charge and discharge it. The typical Nickel-Metal-Hydride (NiMH) cell has about 800 to 1000 full charge/discharge cycles before it dies and will no longer hold a charge. As the cells age, their capacity decreases slowly until at about 90% of thier life, the capacity is only 50 to 60% of what they started with. At about 95% of useful life, the discharge rate curve starts to steepen, resulting in less and less capacity of minutes per charge. In essence, the older the battery gets, the faster it ages, until it reaches a cliff and it looks fully charged, but dies in minutes or even immediately. THAT is end of useful life, and usually happens between 800 and 1000 charge cycles. In daily use, that means about 2.5 years can be expected, IF and this is a BIG IF, the cell is properly handled. Most are not handled as well as can be, and die of old age after a year or two instead of getting over 2.5 years as the specs would indicate. If this is a new battery, I would be quite surprised, but not surprised for an older cell of more than a year old. Batteries are batteries. It makes no difference what they are used Tuscaloosa to provide power. What is important is how they are treated when charged and discharged, not what the equipment they are powering. I used to have a MP3 player with a built in battery, which of course, eventually dies. I am a amateur radio operator, so opening the case and doing surgery to replace a battery is simple for me. The hard part was finding a replacement that would FIT int he space inside. Apple makes a bundle off people replacing dead cells in their ipods and such. When it died a 2nd time, I decided to use a different MP3 player. I settled on one with a Tuscaloosa memory card slot so I could add a bunch of files, powered by a single AA cell, and then I spent the extra cash to get 4 rechargeables and a charger that could charge 1, 2, 3 or 4 cells. 3 cells in standby in the charger and 1 in my player. I numbered the cells and just use them by the number so I wear them evenly one by one in order. I'll never have to solder in a new cell ever, so THIS MP3 player is probably going to be the one I use for the rest of my life... and I'll just buy a new AA rechargeable from time to time to replace them as they fail one by one...
Seven hours is the optimum run time on that pc- some things that will help you to achieve that run time- turn off the WIFI and blue tooth, power the screen brightness all the way down, and use your computer processing very lightly- no games or dvd, cd. Other than that, it is like using a car the more you do the less your battery will last. Now saying that, 2-4 hours is in line with other computers in normal computing operation, use what i described above to try to extend the battery time.
Several possibilities: 1. Depending on how you use your computer in any given period, you may be using more of the devices inside. For instance, when you play a game, it uses the graphic card more intensely, requiring more electricity. Often, battery manufacturers will purposely list average life of a charge based on very little use to make it look like it lasts longer than it does without technically lying. 2. Lithium batteries also do become less efficient with use. The lithium bubbles are suspended in a medium and, with each successive charge, more of the lithium bubbles flow together, causing the battery life to drop significantly. This process can be accelerated by leaving your battery in the laptop while it is plugged in. 3. No one credibly says that Macs use less power. It all depends on the build, purpose and use of the computer.
Battery degrades fast on macs and the manufacturer ALWAYS lie
You might need a new battery & charger when you leave it connected with out restarting it or anything it can fry them the battery or charger