He also made a point about limited life spans on the Ni batteries. This is also true for Li batteries. My brother just had to replace the 9-cell Li on his Dell. Granted it lasted close to three years.....
That's not entirely correct. Li-Ion begins to lose maximum capacity from the moment it is manufactured. There are slow chemical reactions inside the battery that cause this. Also, having the battery in high temperatures accelerates this reaction there therefore speeds up battery aging. The reverse is also true, so that storing in a fridge will slow the aging process. Alternatively, try your favourite anti-aging cream.
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