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Replacement 9 cell battery for Dell Inspiron 1501/6400 Laptop GENUINE £60.00

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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
This is a genuine Dell 9 cell replacement battery for sale 12 months old. 100% perfect, last for approximately 5 hrs.

RRP from Dell £130
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Postage will be £10 or less
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8y, 3w agoPosted 8 years, 3 weeks agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
You put the wrong expiry date in :lol:
#2
smasha7
You put the wrong expiry date in :lol:


LOL :w00t::-D

IMO 9-Cell batterys are definitely something to have, even if they cost quite at bit extra....

Oh and BTW whoever buys this, remember that a laptop battery will last longest (Not start holding less and less charge) if you let it FULLY run-out of charge then recharge it.

Good luck with your sale BTW... :thumbsup:
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timothyw9;3392665

Oh and BTW whoever buys this, remember that a laptop battery will last longest (Not start holding less and less charge) if you let it FULLY run-out of charge then recharge it.



This is incorrect - just about all laptop batteries are li-ion, I haven't seen a ni-mh laptop battery in many years. Li-ion batteries don't suffer from the memory affect their nickel based predecessors did which means they don't need a full discharge for optimum performance, in fact it's the opposite way round - a deep discharge can actually damage a li-ion battery. They do have protective circuitry to prevent this happening however. Occasionally it's worth letting the battery run low to keep the battery meter in sync but this doesn't need to be done often nor do you need to run the laptop completely flat.

John
#4
Johnmcl7
This is incorrect - just about all laptop batteries are li-ion, I haven't seen a ni-mh laptop battery in many years. Li-ion batteries don't suffer from the memory affect their nickel based predecessors did which means they don't need a full discharge for optimum performance, in fact it's the opposite way round - a deep discharge can actually damage a li-ion battery. They do have protective circuitry to prevent this happening however. Occasionally it's worth letting the battery run low to keep the battery meter in sync but this doesn't need to be done often nor do you need to run the laptop completely flat.

John


When my mum and dad first got there Dell Inspiron 1501 it lasted about an hour batterywise... it now lasts 1-5 minutes max without the power cable connected... (They always had the power cable connected anyway/...)

Tim
#5
Li-ion batteries have a limited amount of recharges but they also degrade over time regardless of how they are used - even a carefully maintained li-ion battery will generally have considerably reduced performance by 18-24 months if lasting anything at all.

John
#6
I'm a silly sausage, i was wondering why it expired 3 times. Durrr. Cheers whoever fixed it.

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