NEW Laptop/Notebook Battery for Dell Latitude D500 D505 D510 D520 D530 D600 D610
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- Battery Type : Lithium-Ion - Capacity: 4400 mAh - Voltage: 11.1V
- This Product has 12 Months Replacement Warranty!
- 100% OEM compatible! Guaranteed to meet or exceed OEM specifications!
- Package Includes : 1 pcs laptop battery
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But this is my 2nd battery that I've purchased here and I just don't know... it's just disappointing.
My 1st battery (didn't buy it from this vendor) died within a month - the laptop (Dell Latitude D600) wouldn't stay on even with the power cord plugged in. So I had to return it.
Then I bought this one.
It was working great - but only for maybe 1.5 weeks, roughly 2 weeks. The month is not even over yet and I'm already mulling over the option of returning this item!..
The thing is, once I unplug the power cord, the battery sign automatically goes on, flashing red, saying that the battery is dangerously low. Then the laptop stays on for 15 seconds and shuts down. So I leave it plugged in for the whole night to charge it. The battery doesn't pick up the charge. The only way for the battery to work is to have the power cord plugged in 24/7 when you're working on the laptop. But I don't want to rely on the power cord at all times!.. I'd like for the battery to work on its own! And so I've left it charging overnight NUMEROUS times, and it still didn't work. And I can't discharge it and then fully charge it again, like it's normally recommended, because the battery is ALREADY discharged and it's not picking up the charge...
This is frustrating and disappointing. I'd be happy if the battery lasted me at least a year (or even 9 months). But less than ONE month? That's just sad.
Battery displayed as fully charge, but as soon as I unplugged the power cord, the laptop shut down.
Contacted tech support and they suggested that I discharge and charge battery. Unable to discharge as I could not run without power cord.
was going to return to seller but freight cost was almost half the battery cost.
I decided it was not worth it and gave up.
Try to recharge, using laptop's a/c adapter, but battery is not holding charge and observed a red X across battery, when pulled up power meter window in windows XP. I would advise don't buy.
For those who don't know, any laptop battery, if left plugged in all the time, will die more quickly than if used without the external power cord. Then you have the task of plugging it in when it needs it, but unplugging it again when it is charged. Your batter will last much longer that way.
I use my laptop some times for hours at a time, much longer than the battery will last. So I've taken to removing the battery and using only the external power as I sit in my favorite recliner and study my Bible and listen to online sermons. Then if I need to be mobile I'll simply insert the battery and unplug the cord.
I would highly recommend this battery to anyone looking for an after market battery. You'll save a lot. Thank you, Amazon, for providing very affordable products.
They are not as long lasting as new factory batteries in my experience but for 5-6 year old laptops they are fine.