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Why Is a Laptop’s Battery Dearer Than a Lawnmower’s?

December 15th, 2009 12:19 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Barence writes PC Pro‘s contributing editor Paul Ockendon has bought a new lawnmower powered by lithium-ion batteries — part of a recent flood of such lithium-ion-powered garden and workshop tools which are taking over from NiCd and NiMH thanks to lighter weight, longer life and lack of the pernicious ‘memory effect.’ This is pretty much the same battery technology used in laptops, mobile phones and MP3 players, so volume manufacture is already established. Yet laptop manufacturers charge more per Watt-hour than lawnmower makers. This blog investigates whether such a seemingly ludicrous situation can be justified.”

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