Its mentioned there, that the battery would run up to 9 hours in “Normal Mode”
But I have to say that battery working time depends always on notebook usage… this means that higher display brightness, high HDD run time or high CPU and GPU performance would decrease the battery working time dramatically.
Yes that looks the one, although $99 seems ecxessive when there is one on E-bay currently for £9.99 + postage however;
I still can't find a definatve answer from someone who has bought one of these to confirm/deny whether they are worth it.
I remember getting approx 6 hours of use when I originally bought my NB305, and that was with conservative power useage settings. 18 months on and it has reduced to approx 4.5 hrs. Not the end of the world I agree but I would still like to start from a higher "charge/capacity" if possible.
I rmember getting a higher capacity 3rd party battery for an old Sony Via Laptop a few years ago and the difference was quite remarkable.
Therefore the plea goes out to the Tosh Forum populus:- Has anyone direct evidence of performance.
I remember getting approx 6 hours of use when I originally bought my NB305, and that was with conservative power useage settings. 18 months on and it has reduced to approx 4.5 hrs
Well, my notebook battery died after 2.5 years of usage… as far as I know any battery will start losing the performance after being charged 400-500 times. So it looks like 4.5h is ok after 18month of battery usage.
Sorry not owner of this new battery so cannot provide any statistic for the PA3734U-1BRS