December 2, 2011 16:32 by Ty
If your Apple laptop battery has died and doesn’t hold a charge, there are aftermarket OEM replacement laptop batteries available for Apple laptops. Most Apple laptops come with either a Li-Ion battery or Li-Polymer battery when they are shipped directly from the factory. Both Li-Ion and Li-Polymer laptop battery replacements are offered as an aftermarket solution vs. OEM.
Apple laptop chargers sometimes fail as well and need to be replaced in order to charge and power your Apple laptop. You can buy an OEM Apple laptop AC power adapter directly from Apple or buy an aftermarket replacement AC power adapter.
You can find both replacement Apple laptop batteries and Apple laptop chargers on eBatts.com. These are available for the Apple iBook, MacBook, MacBook Pro, PowerBook G3 and PowerBook G4 laptop models. All of the aftermarket replacment Apple laptop battery and charger untis are 100% OEM compatible and come with a full one year warranty.
Check out eBatts.com for the latest aftermarket Apple laptop battery and Apple laptop charger repalcements.
March 1, 2011 22:23 by Ty
Have ever wondered what the difference is between the Apple MacBook, Apple MacBook Pro, and Apple MacBook Air? There are clear differences between all three models that include price, processing speed, memory, graphics, display size, audio, video, expansion ports, battery performance, and extra accessories.
Full laptop product details can be found on the Apple Web site.
Apple MacBook Specs
Apple MacBook Pro Specs
Apple MacBook Air Specs
The laptop batteries for the Apple MacBook model line are not user replaceable and will last between five to seven hours of run time. The MacBook comes with a built-in 63.5-watt-hour lithium-polymer battery and a 60W MagSafe power adapter with cable management system and has a run time of up to 7 hours with wireless web. The MacBook Pro comes with a built-in 77.5-watt-hour lithium-polymer battery and an 85W MagSafe power adapter with cable management system and also has a run time of up to 7 hours with wireless web. The MacBook Air comes with a built-in 35-watt-hour lithium polymer battery and a 45W MagSafe power adapter with cable management system and has a run time of up to 5 hours with wireless web. What’s also unique about the MacBook Air is it can be left on standby for up to 30 days off of a single charge.
Further details on the differences between the Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air can be found on the TechRadar.com Web site.