16/19-250US Mobile Freedom Commercial Series - 250Wh Capacity, for 16V, 19V, 12V*, Devices, w/ 5V USB Port
Features new built in USB port so you can also recharge and power your cell phone, iPhone, iPod, iPad, Nintendo DS, Gameboy or PSP at the same time you are charging/powering your laptop or other 16V/19V device!
*Will power a 12V DVD player from the unregulated 12V charge port (12V cable purchased separately).
Your Brand New 16/19-250U Battery Includes:
Battery to Device Connector Kit (specify device during checkout)
A/C Quick Charger Compatible With All International Voltages
Free Leather/Canvas Travel Case with Removable Shoulder Strap.
Fast Same Day Express Shipping (Ships Same Day M-F up to 1PM CST)
30 Day Money Back Return option (restocking fee applies)
1 Year Pro-rated Warranty Directly Through Us
Dimensions: 10 1/8 long x 5 7/8 x wide x 1 3/8 thick
Weight: 4 Lbs.
FREE Leather/Canvas Travel Case with Removable Shoulder Strap. It also features a handy easy access side zipper so you can easily use your battery while it's kept stored and protected in this case.
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How much additional runtime can I get from your external batteries?
As far as runtime goes for our BG15-21-130 or PPS130 these battery's capacity is 130Wh(Watt-hour). You can compare these battery's capacity with your internal battery capacity to figure out how long this battery can run your notebook. For example, if your notebook internal battery output is: 10.8V & 4000 mAh, then, your notebook internal battery capacity is:
10.8V x 4000 mAh = 43200 mVAh= 43.2 Wh (Watt-hour).
This external battery capacity is about 130/43.2=3 times of your internal battery capacity.
If your internal notebook battery can run 3 hours, then the external battery pack can theoretically run about : 3 hours x 3 = 9 hours.
This is a rough estimate. Actual running time varies, depending on notebook computer's configurations and what kind of applications running . For example, screen brightness, the use of the CPU, the hard drive, the CD drive, and other peripherals results in an additional drain upon the battery, effectively reducing the battery's run-time. The total run-time of the battery is also heavily dependent upon the design of the notebook. To ensure maximum performance of the battery, optimize the computer's power management features. Refer to the computer manual for further instructions.