Anyway, basically about half a year ago I bought a china brand netbook. Aside from the fake motherboard and terrible wifi card, it performed rather well. Anyway, the battery that came with it was a 7.4V 2900mAh battery.
The problem was, I've only used this laptop maybe less than 20 times and in that time range, the battery went from terrible to even more terrible. At a full charge, the laptop battery lasts a good thirty or so minutes.
Now, I thought this would be rather easy, you know. Pry apart the battery, unsolder the old cells, solder in new cells, boom. Done.
But after opening up the laptop battery, I realized that it was composed of two 3.7v 2900mAh Lithium polymer batteries. Still, not a problem. I made a diagram of how everything was soldered together, I just need to find replacements. The problem was, after a good two days of researching, I could not find any lithium polymer batteries that had the same voltage and milli amps which fit into the dimensions.
Each cell had the dimensions of: 100mmx30mmx10mm [length by width by thickness]
And there were two of them, side by side in the battery.
Through my extensive research I could not find any battery that could potentially replace these because they either had too low of mAh or they were too large in dimensions.
So in my desperation, I decided to consult you guys.
The laptop battery was manufactured by a company by the name of YOKU. After doing a search, it seems they are a chinese company that makes lithium ion batteries, but I don't believe they sell individual laptop batteries.
So my only option is to DIY.
I attached some pictures so you guys can get a look at this issue.
Anyhow, thanks for your time and I look forward to your input!