battery or module?

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  1. groovydude

    groovydude Pen Pal - Newbie

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    hey guys,

    im brining my laptop to school and its lasting about half way during school. I sorta need a new battery but herd about this module...which one should i buy?
     
  2. hamud

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    module is perfect is used it in school and u will get 5 and half hour or more is u use save battery option and it's very easy to use ,
     
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    If your wear level is below 97%, I think you should get a new battery while you're in warranty.

    If you want maximum daily battery life, I am still very happy with my external battery.
     
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    just a question....the module is more expensive than the battery but has less battery power. Whats the deal?
     
  5. jdwilson

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    its because they don't have any competition so they can charge what they want
     
  6. hamud

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    that's coz the module is very easy to use and u can use it at the same time with the master battery
     
  7. leaftye

    leaftye Old timer Super Moderator

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    How much is it, $150? If so, that's the standard price among several manufacturers. Actually, I believe Gateway's version is now selling at over $200.
     
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