6/9cell TOSHIBA PA3929U-1BRS PA3930U-1BRS Battery

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6cell TOSHIBA PA3929U-1BRS Battery detail;
Battery Type:  Li-ion 
Voltage:  10.8V
Capacity: 66Wh / 6Cell
Weight:  318g
Size: 208.00 x 43.00 x 20.00 mm
Color: Black or Grey

 

9cell TOSHIBA PA3930U-1BRS Battery detail;
Battery Type:  Li-ion 
Voltage:  10.8V
Capacity: 93Wh / 12Cell
Weight:  499g
Size: 208.00 x 43.00 x 38.00 mm
Color: Black


Compatible original Battery Code:
TOSHIBA:
PA3832U-1BRS PA3833U-1BRS PA3929U-1BRS
PA3930U-1BRS PABAS235 PABAS236

 

TOSHIBA PA3929U-1BRS Battery Fit machine:
TOSHIBA Portege R700 Series(All) 

TOSHIBA Portege R705 Series(All)

TOSHIBA Portege R830 Series(All)
TOSHIBA Portege R835 Series(All)

TOSHIBA Tecra R840 Series(All)

 

Tips:
How to Increase your Laptop's Battery Life
The first place to start, is with your laptop's Power Options (>Control Panel > Power Options).  You can access this by hovering your mouse over the little battery symbol in the system tray then right click the batteries symbol and select "power options".  The first screen, will allow you to select from several options including Maximum Performance, and Power Saver.  Additionally, a small link at the bottom of this window is labeled "Advanced Power Settings".

 

Lithium-ion batteries do not have memory problems like older NiCad batteries. Topping a Lithium batteries’ charge off is on. Avoid running the battery down to near zero capacity before charging. Lithium-ion batteries’ life is shortened every time you fully discharge them. Luckily most modern operating systems like Windows Vista and Windows 7 give you critical shutdown warnings around the 5% battery charge level.  You can click Start – type power – select Power Options – click Change advanced power settings – expand Battery - expand Critical battery level to see minimum battery level in these versions of Windows.

 

Buy batteries with internal processors such as Li-Ion TOSHIBA PA3930U-1BRS Battery.
Non Li-Ion batteries must be fully discharged and then recharged every 2-3 weeks.
If you don't use your laptop for a period of time, you must fully discharge then recharge the battery

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