Newest MEDION Akoya E6215 E6217 P6625 notebook battery review

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MEDION Akoya E6215 laptop detail:
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) HD Graphics: Intel Graphics HD or HD-called GMA onboard graphics card in the package which the Core i3/i5/i7 Arrandale dual-core processors will be housed. Depending on the processor model clocked up 500 to 766 MHz (turbo boost). Lenovo also apparently called GMA5700MHD. The same graphics processor called Intel HD graphics in Sandy Bridge processors based on a newer architecture.

 

This class is still quite capable of representing the latest games smoothly, just not with all the details and high resolutions. Especially demanding games run only in minimal levels of detail, so that the graphic quality often suffers significantly. This class is recommended only for casual gamers. The power consumption of modern graphics cards in this class is low and it also allows for better battery life.

 

Medion AG is a company based in Essen company that sells consumer electronics. There are branches in other European countries and Hong Kong, USA and Australia, with withdrawal has begun in the U.S. market for lack of success already. Medion supplies primarily large retail chains such as Aldi / Hofer, real, Tchibo, Media Market, Plus, Karstadt and purchase market. In Switzerland products are sold through the retail chain Inter Discount, a subsidiary of Coop. The product range includes almost everything is electric toaster, PCs, laptops, car stereos, thermometers, pulse watches, clothes, DVD players, televisions, refrigerators, projector and navigation systems. Medion sells its products under other names, such as Micro Star, Micromaxx, Lifetec, Life, Cybercom and Tevion. The market shares are held in regard to notebooks, as well as reviews within narrow limits.

 

MEDION Akoya E6215 Battery info:
Battery Type:  Li-ion 
Voltage:  10.8V or 11.1V or 11.25V
Capacity: 4400mAh / 6Cell
Weight:  354g
Size: 203.50 x 47.70 x 21.40 mm
Color: Black

Battery knowledge:
Higher voltage
Most can be mass production of cylindrical Li-ion batteries is not the voltage is 3.6V 3.7V (laboratory which may have a higher voltage batteries).


Therefore: 3 Series (3S) voltage is 10.8V (3.6V * 3 = 10.8V) or 11.1V (3.7V * 3 = 11.1V);
4 Series (4S) voltage is 14.4V (3.6V * 4 = 14.4V) or 14.8V (3.7V * 4 = 14.8V).
The following table:
3.6V 3.7V
Three series 10.8V 11.1V 3S
Four series 14.4V 14.8V 4S


Two bunches of (2S) has never seen, because they can not provide enough voltage. 5 string (5S) has not yet appeared, on the one hand does not require such a high voltage, on the other hand is the number of connecting more batteries the more difficult to solve the problem of consistency.

 

With lithium-ion battery power density very high, so it's the shape of great plasticity, according to the needs of notebook design, and create different shapes of the battery, rectangle, square, or even fanciful types , and the volume can be very small.

 

MEDION Akoya E6217 Battery Compatible original Battery Code:
MEDION:
15G10N373800 70-NED1B1000Z 70-NED1B1200Z
70-NED1B2000Z 70-NED1B2100Z 70-NED1B2200Z
70-NTS1B2000Z  70-NWF1B1000Z 70-NWF1B2000Z 
70-NXP1B2000Z 70-NXP2B1000Z 70-NZT1B1000Z 
90-NED1B1000Y 90-NED1B2100Y  90-NWF1B2000Y
A32-M50 A32-N61 A32-X64
A33-M50 L062066 L072051
L0790C6

 

Then began to use nickel-metal hydride notebook (NlMH) battery that has a good cost performance and higher power, while "nickel-hydrogen battery is one of the most environmentally friendly battery,

 

Ni-MH battery lithium ion quickly (Li-ion) battery replacement. Lithium will have a long time ago and began its use is not safe, there is often in charge when burning, burst, and this may be because the lithium element too active reason. Then there is the improved lithium-ion batteries, lithium inhibited by adding the element of active copies, making lithium truly achieve a safe, efficient, convenient, and also followed the old lithium eliminated. Distinction between them is simple, the label from the battery can be identified lithium as Li, lithium-ion battery Li-ion. Now, the notebook uses the so-called lithium, in fact, lithium-ion battery. Lithium-ion battery energy storage density, which can charge and discharge time is long sustained, generally about 3 hours. The size of the battery capacity from the out mAh (milliamp hours) to determine the value, such as the 3000mAh, 4000mAh and so on greater value, the greater the capacity of the battery. 


 pay attention to environmental protection, countries have vigorously put to use nickel-metal hydride battery, as easy to recycle, and damage to the environment are minimal. However, compared to Ni-MH battery lithium, or have some disadvantages. charging time is long, heavy weight, capacity, than a small lithium battery continuous discharge time is too short There are memory effect, its memory even without the nickel-cadmium batteries so much, but still need to discharge, the user must be exhausted after the charge.

 

Lithium-ion battery is a consumable, it recycling once the battery life is reduced once a charged battery in the end to measure how long can the performance of the provisions of certain international standards, but in different experimental environments are different , so there is no comparison between the various users. International regulations: the place in deep deep way charge recycling, after experiencing the 300 still has more than 60% of capacity. Then, in the next cell, we should use the computer every time it automatically shut down? Yeah totally not necessary, because the lithium-ion battery already charged for a way to use at any time, and this is compared with Ni-MH battery greatest advantage.

 

MEDION Akoya P6625 Battery Fit machine:
MEDION:
MEDION Akoya E6215 Series MEDION Akoya E6217 Series  MEDION Akoya P6625 Series
MEDION Akoya P6627 Series MEDION MD97442 Series MEDION MD97443 Series
MEDION MD97519 Series MEDION MD97521 Series MEDION MD97634 Series
MEDION MD97635 Series MEDION MD97636 Series MEDION MD97721 Series
MEDION MD97722 Series MEDION MD97723 Series

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