Re: Recipe for Li-Ion battery longevity



Tim wrote:

Standard advice for rechargeable batteries is to use them, you get your
money's worth that way. If you don't make use of them, it's a waste.

I'm not sure what this means.
Surely most people will use a laptop
(or indeed any device with a rechargeable battery)
if they have one?
What else would you do with it?

What I find amazing about this endless discussion
is that it must be the simplest thing in the world
for a lab to work out which usage gives the longest life.
On the other hand, it is difficult for a person with one
or even a few laptops to run an experiment on these lines.

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