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How Long Will A Laptop Battery Last Before Needing To Be Replaced

All rechargeable batteries, whether it is your Laptop Battery or those in use around your home will all have a particular lifespan. Just because they are rechargeable does not mean that you can simply charge and re-charge over and over again forever. At some point, the stuff inside the battery will deteriorate and mean that you can no longer charge that cell to have any substantial power.

This charge and discharge cycle for a laptop battery can be around the 2000 plus mark. This means that in theory you should be able to fully charge and then fully discharge the battery around 2000 times. Done once a day, you should require a new battery after about three years. Once you get to the point where you need to charge your laptop a lot and the battery does not hold a charge it is time to recycle your old one and buy a replacement. Laptop Power UK has a range of laptop batteries in stock such as the Samsung R Series Laptop Battery, Dell Inspiron 15 Laptop Battery or Acer Laptop Batteries.

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