AMD’s new E-series with batteries that last for 11 hours

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How much time does it require to fully charge the battery of the AMD's new E-series laptop?

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AMD’s new E-series with batteries that last for 11 hours

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The battery charging time depends on the type of the battery you are using in your laptop. The general testing states that the battery charges at the rate of 62.5 watts per hour, i.e it charges 62.5 watts per hour, and it is around 98% of the total battery.

The battery life of the AMD E-Series, according to the AMD performance Lab, is 674 Minutes. So it takes you 1 hour to utilize the battery of 674 minutes which is the total battery life of AMD E-Series provided that you have not connected peripherals and other external devices to the laptop and you are using registered version of operating System. Its battery can reach up to 11 hours at rest. For more information go to this page:

http://www.amd.com/us/press-releases/Pages/amd-e-series-apus-battery-2012june5.aspx

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AMD’s new E-series with batteries that last for 11 hours

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The total amount of time to completely charge a battery still depends on the battery’s status. If the battery is not yet completely drained and still have a couple of minutes left then you probably need less than an hour to completely charge it again. The 11 hours you mentioned is the standby time of the battery. Standby time means the amount of time the device can operate where it is left opened without being used like for example a laptop that is left running or opened for several hours without actually being used.

The best way to charge a battery is to turn off the laptop and then do the charging. This way you only charge the battery without using it which completely lessens the amount of charge time. When you charge the battery of an open or running laptop, it gives additional burden to the battery because you are simultaneously draining it and charging it at the same time which, in most cases, makes the laptop very hot.

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