Laptop Battery Question

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  1. omg its nlm

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    about an hour or so
     
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    no

    Volts * Amps = Watts

    85W / Watts = How long the battery will last I believe.
     
  4. Henyman

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    It means that if your laptop needs 1w an hour it will last for 85 hours.
    it will last waaay more than an hour in your laptop, aprox 4-5 hours at a guess. the lower 65Whr battery will last upto about 2-3 hours i'd guess.

    exact figures could be given if i could find somewhere how much power the laptop needs :p
     
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    W00t - Heny was right!

    AND everyone else was wrong!

    Rep++++ for the cow man!
     
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    ming OSNN Advanced

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    standard laptop batteries can run for upto 2 hrs on average (depending on how you use the computer). Turn the speaker volume up, turn the LCD backlight up and run multiple apps will drain your battery faster. :)
     
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    [SIZE=+1]Energy Density[/SIZE]
    The amount of energy that can be contained in a specific quantity of the fuel source. Typically quoted in watt-hours per pound, wh/lb, or watt-hours per kilogram, wh/kg. For example, flooded lead-acid batteries generally have about 25 wh/kg, the latest advanced lead-acid designs claim about 50 wh/kg, and newer battery technologies such as NiMH and LiON are in the 80-135 wh/kg range.
     
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    I found it it was right around 4 to 5 hours :) Thanks for the help....
     
  9. Henyman

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    dam i'm good at guessing :p
     
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