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Battery desktop mode(constantly plugged)
« on: 08-November-16, 08:54:22 »

Hello, I'm using my WT70 as desktop most of the time. Will it kill the battery to leave plugged all the time? Can I work on it while is charging? 
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Re: Battery desktop mode(constantly plugged)
« Reply #1 on: 15-November-16, 06:02:31 »

Don't worry,

Laptop have power and circuit protection design to prevent over-charging.
There would be no problem if you leave the battery in the machine even if you always plug in AC adapter.
The worst thing user should not do is taking out the battery and leave it without charging for several months, sometimes battery will die because over discharging.

Just notice that sometimes when you are traveling, and laptop with battery is kept in the hot cabine, it would be dangerous to leave the battery in the high temperature.

Please refer to this FAQ:
http://www.msi.com/faq/nb-1747.html
When I plug in the AC charger and start charging battery, why does the system show "(plug in, not charging)" even if the battery capacity is not full?
Please check the battery capacity before connecting the AC adapter. If the battery capacity is higher than 90%, the system won’t start charging the battery. This is to avoid the loss of battery life span from constantly charged and uncharged, it’s a normal battery charging behavior.
*The value of setting capacity (%) to start charging battery is usually located between 90 – 95% and the actual number may differ by models
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