One of the top considerations in choosing where to work with your laptop is the availability of a power socket. If you are not lucky enough to find an available outlet, you’ll have to depend on your laptop’s battery — assuming it still has enough power after your last charge.
It’s difficult to get any work done with your laptop notifying you that it’s running out of juice. And if you are not close to a power outlet, your laptop will soon be nothing more than a cold slab of metal and plastic. Here are some helpful tips to prolong your laptop battery’s life.
A “battery low” notification on your Android phone can be the most frustrating thing in the world, especially when you don’t have a charger with you. You can hastily try to close applications and adjust your phone’s settings, but the damage has been done.
Having a mobile phone allows you to communicate with anyone in the world, send and receive important data, and read current news, but it runs out of battery faster when you use more apps. When this happens, you need to have the right tools to fully charge your phone fast so you stay connected.
A laptop would just be a cold piece of aluminum with a flat battery if you don’t have a power socket at hand. It's hard to get any work done when you're peppered with pop-ups and warning messages when the battery power gets low. So here are some tips you can use to prolong the life of your precious laptop battery.
Certain laptop brands have longer battery lives than others. But, there are power-saving techniques that help preserve battery power regardless of brand. Laptops are most useful to businesses with remote work policies, and if you spend the majority of your working hours on one, these tips on prolonging your its battery life will come in handy.
The battery on the iPhone 6 and 6s has become a source of contention for many users, who find themselves constantly looking for a place to charge their phone. In an attempt to remedy this problem, Apple has released a new smart battery case designed to significantly extend your battery’s life.
If you’re a fan of the iPad, you may be wondering whether or not to shell out the hefty chunk of cash required to purchase the new iPad Pro. And at the high price tag of $799, you may be curious to know if this can replace your laptop, since it practically costs the same amount.