answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2009-09-28 23:27:53

Although no one can predict battery life for a laptop, This Laptop has several features when used correctly, which will efficiently expand battery life.

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions


Intel Centrino represents Intel Wi-Fi adapters and mobile processors. Systems ran by Intel Centrino have been said to have better performance, longer battery life, and a wider range of Wi-Fi.


Centrino is generally a lower-power CPU designed for lower power consumption for notebook computers. So if youre buying a laptop, and battery life is a big issue for you, go with the centrino. Otherwise, the core 2 duo is the way to go.


Intel Centrino is a particular combination of mainboard chipset, mobile CPU and wireless network interface in the design of a laptop. Intel claims systems equipped with these technologies deliver better performance, longer battery life, and broad wireless network interoperability. Intel Pentium is a registered trademark that is included in the brand names of many of Intel's x86-compatible microprocessors


The battery life for this laptop is four to five hours depending of the energy options of your choice.


The HP Pavilion comes built on the Centrino plaform and so will have a good battery life of three to four hours.


The battery life of the MSI 15.4 in. Intel GM45 chipset NB Barebone Laptop is approximately 7 hours.


The manufacturer quotes 3.8 hours battery life. In regular usage the battery life is around 205 minutes.


The HP Compaq Business Notebook 2710p is rated at a battery life of 5 and 1/2 hours with a full charge.


Yes Netbooks have better Battery Life than a Laptop. Recently I'd bought an Intel atom based processors Netbook because it is a great little piece of technology, lightweight and easy to take anywhere, and is much lesser price as compare with Laptop and with a great battery life.


The Acer, A leader in Net books, with the Intel Atom has a very respectable charge time of 5.5 hours with normal use.


This laptop has up to 4 hours and 15 minutes of battery life.


A usual laptop battery life for a new laptop would be 3-5 hours depending on screen size.


This laptop has a battery life of around 7 hours. This can differ with the type of applications you have going and the power options on your laptop.


The battery life of the Dell d800 laptop does not get very good reviews. The battery holds a charge of approximately 250 minutes worth of battery life.


it depends on what features your laptop has. research your laptop on google.com. cnet has good reviews which usually says battery life.


The expected battery life for this laptop is about 4 hours.


Yes all the Netbooks have better Battery Life than a Laptop. Recently I'd bought an Intel atom based processors Netbook because it is a great little piece of technology, lightweight and easy to take anywhere, and is much lesser price as compare with Laptop and with a great battery life.



About 4 hours is good for a laptop.


The battery life of Toshiba laptop is about 2 hours average for normal usage. When the laptop is in the power saving mode, the battery can live up to 3 or 4 hours extra.


A good travel laptop that has a long battery life is a Toshiba. I have one and the battery life on it is about 4 hours after a full charge on the battery.


Recently, I'd purchased an Intel atom based processors Netbook because it is a great little piece of technology of Intel, lightweight and easy to take anywhere, and is much lesser price as compare with Laptop and with a great battery life. I would recommend you Intel Netbooks.


Laptop battery life is measured in terms of the number of charging and discharging. And impacted by many factors, so if you preserve your battery well, you will get a good battery using life.


The Sony Vaio laptop has a battery life of approximately 4 hours.


The estimated battery life for this Sony laptop is estimated at 2 hours.



Copyright ยฉ 2021 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.