ACER is now one of the world's 5th largest electronics companies by unit sales, with a portfolio that includes desktop PCs, laptops, tablets, storage devices, smartphones and gaming PCs, among other accessories.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ACER LAPTOP BATTERIES?
When buying a replacement battery for your Acer laptop, there are a lot of data and parameters to consider that determine both compatibility and performance. It is therefore important to make sure that the battery is a perfect match for your laptop before you buy. One of the most important parameters for laptop batteries is voltage. This determines how much power the battery can deliver to your laptop. This is usually indicated in the technical specifications by the letter "V" and typically contains a specific value, such as 11.1 V or 14.8 V.
Another important characteristic of Acer laptop batteries is their capacity. This value is primarily given by the manufacturer in milliampere-hours (mAh) and determines how long the battery can power the device on a single charge. Acer laptop batteries usually have a capacity of between 3000mAh and 4400mAh.
The number of cells also affects the capacity of a battery. Manufacturers make their machines in 4, 6 or 8 cell configurations. Many people think that a higher cell count is a good choice for replacement, but the truth is that you can't go wrong with the same number of cells as the original for optimal performance.
Watt-hours (Wh) is the power of the Acer and all other batteries. It is calculated from the capacity (Ah) measured in hours and the battery voltage (V). For example, if a laptop battery has a capacity of 5 Ah and a voltage of 12 V, its power output can be calculated as follows. The higher the wattage value, the longer the battery can power the laptop or the higher the load it can serve.
Finally, it is worth mentioning the battery type and compatibility. Acer laptop batteries use a lithium-ion (Li-Ion) or lithium-polymer (Li-Poly) compound. The former are known for their higher energy density, while the latter are known for their lighter weight. It is generally true that Li-Ion and Li-Poly batteries have similar electrical properties and operating principles, so unless otherwise stated on the laptop's data sheet, you are usually free to choose between the two types. However, it is worth bearing in mind that it is recommended to use the type of battery specified by the manufacturer for all devices, whether original or aftermarket, as this will ensure the best performance and proper functioning.
Using batteries of the wrong type or capacity can damage your device. If you are unsure about which Acer battery you need, contact our expert staff who will be happy to answer all your questions, and if you know exactly what you want, don't hesitate: choose now from our wide range and re-energise your laptop!