I need to get a second battery for my wife’s Dell Latitude x300 laptop. I’m looking at this “extended life battery” in the hopes that it will allow her to work through an entire cross-country flight for once.
I’ve found the battery on eBay for a reasonable price [$50]. The problem I’m having is I cannot figure out what the actual per charge capacity of the battery is. The terms “71 WHr” and “4400mAh” mean nothing to me. When I emailed the nice folk selling the battery on eBay and asked them for a general guess as to how long the battery might last per charge, this is the response I got:
Can anybody here point me in the right direction for figuring out the actual number of hours I can expect this battery to last? Or is this just impossible to ascertain? Can the email answer–2hrs???–actually be correct for an extended life battery? Should I just give up and order Scallops Three Ways Up To Your Taste?
“I ran until my muscles burned and my veins pumped battery acid. Then I ran some more.”
Jeeze, Amanpour, what part of “the capacity put up the battery last working time, the high capacity battery last working longer than lower capacity. the battery can last working near 2hours after full charged” do you not understand?
P.S. “The first person to come through that door gets a lead salad!”
Thanks for your inquiry.
The capacity put up the battery last working time, the high capacity battery last working longer than lower capacity. the battery can last working near 2hours after full charged.
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Sounds like a Chinese knockoff battery company. Be careful, or you may end up with an EXPLODING! laptop.