Intel is through the participation of investment and technology in support of the new battery technology
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Intel is through the participation of investment and technology in support of the new battery technology

Kenthurst : Australia | Aug 30, 2012 at 11:47 PM PDT
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Intel is through the participation of investment and technology in support of Asus K52JC battery the new battery technology, "For us, the lithium battery in the 1990s, have enough good," said Mooly Eden, Intel mobile platform marketing director, "battery improvements like the teenage young and relationship: everyone is talking about, but no one has done. "Battery maintenance has been a hot topic for laptop users, but in fact this misunderstanding many, in the final analysis from two aspects, the other a more funny from the phone, and will also take it for granted because the phone is in fact the first exposure to most users use the device repeatedly rechargeable battery,Asus K72F Battery the phone habits extends to the laptop body.

Myth: laptop bought requires repeated charge and discharge three times in order to activate the battery. Unless you buy laptop products in stock for more than one year, otherwise you do not need to do this, because the battery batteries in the factory had already been activated, the batteries in the package into the laptop battery when, after a rather active test, so you get the battery of the hand, has long been activated off, do it three times to is just senseless loss increase battery charging and discharging process.one is "thinking has not kept pace with the transformation of the nickel-metal hydride batteries to lithium batteries, in addition to the keyboard that such a joke.

Myth: The first charge must be sufficient enough for 12 hours,Asus N61Ja battery which is applicable without battery control circuit for early nickel-hydrogen battery models, but for now have smart notebook battery charge and discharge control circuit, the state would not be any change in general, even if the charge slowest machine, six hours is completely filled, the remaining under the "charge" is just a waste of their time. Instead, get a new machine should first power shine recharge.but compared frequently continue to work a few days or even a week Asus N61Jv battery the phone and MD notebook's battery time is still very gnashing of teeth if the phone's battery can only use 8 hours must be thousands of people reviled,

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