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Thursday, November 4, 2010

After taking part a professional lithium-ion battery exhibition, I really have got fruitful information which is a very profitable trip. However, there exists another serious problem that no Dell d5318 with LiFePO4 is stable enough to be public even if such laptop battery has priority in capacity and other characteristics.

To be sure, many other battery manufacturers are taking all efforts to develop their technologies in the application of new electrode and electrolyte materials. In theory, from the first day of releasing, d5318 Dell has been updated for several times so as to satisfy the increasing system of laptop computers.

Similarly, Dell GP952 primary 6-cell battery is powerful and durable enough to users as Grade A cells. However, with time goes by, even if it has added more cells inside, more new released ones have prior to it in all aspects, including energy density, durability and stability. As a result, it is urgent for us to improve the performance.

Compared to gp952 battery, Dell Inspiron 1525 battery has higher capacity while it is unreasonable for users to think it is only determined by cells quantity that this electrolytic condenser has larger capacity and stability.


In my point of view, d5318, as a leader to other Dell laptop batteries, is bound to experience updating first. Therefore, dell GP952 primary 6-cell battery can cover the obstacles in development, electrochemical properties and energy-to-weight ratios in particular.

In fact, polymer electrolyte will become the most common materials to lithium-ion batteries in the near future. For this reason, compatible Dell d5318 shouldn’t leave behind to be eliminated in long-term development. It is both problem and opportunity for us to have a research on stability and durability.

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