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Battery power

Posted by urlee (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 19, 12 at 10:56

I am interested in purchasing the Acer D270-1865 or D270-1186 netbook.

4400 mAh vs 2200mAh
Besides longer run time, does a 6 cell make any difference in the performance of the netbook from a 3 cell?

If not, I think the 4 hour one would suffice.

Thanks


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RE: Battery power

no all the battery specs like that relate to battery life.
My netbook stays plugged in most of the time and if I start to run out of battery when I am on battery I just plug it in and use it plugged in while the battery recharges. Mine came with the small battery, I bought a larger one but it looks strange on the netbook and makes it much heavier and bulkier so I generally leave the small one on it that came on it.
check the weights on those batteries to know how much it will add to the weight of your netbook the big ones are pretty heavy. I think I had bought a 9 or 10 for mine.


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