Should You Upgrade or Replace Your Laptop battery?
It is normal for a laptop battery to lose its ability to hold the maximum capacity as it ages. If your laptop can charge the battery, but it doesn’t last long enough or holds 25% or less of its maximum capacity, it should be replaced.
The laptop computer battery should last between two and four years, or around 1,000 full charges. The total lifetime of a battery is dependent on many factors. These factors include battery type (NiCad, NiMH, or Li-ion), how often the battery is used, and its age.
With just an upgrade new laptop battery, you may be able to make it faster, add features, and extend its useful life.
The battery, thankfully, is the easiest part of a laptop to swap or replace, because it’s usually accessible without opening the case. Switching to a new battery will return your lost longevity, but you can extend it further by bumping up to a larger capacity. If you’re looking instead to make your laptop more commute-friendly by cutting weight, a smaller-capacity battery may be available to do the trick.
Replacement Batteries From Fourleafcity International Limit
Fourleafcity International Limit offer a wide range of quality laptop accessories for most major brands. All our laptop batteries must pass stringent quality control tests. The batteries have passed strict quality assurance procedures such as CE, UL, and ISO9001/9002 certifications that ensure its can work with your laptop computer. That’s why we guarantee our laptop batteries for 1 year warranty and why we offer a 30-day money-back refund on every notebook battery we sell.