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AdvantagesAffordable, good quality, reliable.

DisadvantagesBeware of cheap copies.

...power. Sometimes with inferior copies you will find that the charging is inconsistent, though the charger never overheats or causes problems. What you do have to be mindful of is that if you leave the power cable in and use the mains to operate your laptop with the battery connected you will find that the battery doesn't hold charge as well in the longer term. I have one very old laptop (not Lenovo...

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“Lenovo charge the power”

published 18/01/2015

AdvantagesUseful for a range of Thinkpad models.

DisadvantagesExpensive, bulky

...think this is extremely good. Charging times don't improve year on year, especially in recent years. I think we have got to a point now where it is either too expensive to invest in new technology or there just isn't the ability to produce almost instant power into a battery. I suppose when we can charge a battery from flat in a couple of hours there isn't really the need to improve charging times...

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“Powering On”

published 17/11/2015

AdvantagesWidely available

DisadvantagesNo power indication strip

...With three children to entertain, we do tend to get through a lot of batteries particularly around Christmas and birthdays! I tend to favour Duracell and Energizer branded batteries with my experience suggesting that it is worth paying slightly more for branded batteries as they need replacing much less frequently. The Product These are Duracell branded 'Plus Power' AAA batteries also...

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