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Birtijas

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  • Birthday Oct 30, 1990

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  1. Hi all, Laptop works with 11.1VDC 45Wh battery, tested and tried. So Yoga 500-14ISK model can work with L14M2P21 or L14M3P21 battery.
  2. Issue why I'm asking is, that is that this laptop supports both 30Wh and 45Wh batteries (Link to lenovo product page: https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/yoga/500-series/Lenovo-Yoga-500-14ISK/p/88YG5000648#) I also checked Lenovo hardware manual and it's listed that all devices should support both 7.4VDC 30Wh battery as well as 11.1VDC 45Wh battery (https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles_pub/yoga_500-14isk_500-15isk_hmm_201509.pdf) To be honest this makes sense from hardware design aspect, since it's probably same cost to place DC-DC switcher with input range form 7.4 to so
  3. Hi all, I just bought Lenovo Yoga 500-14ISK and i would like to exchange battery since old one is weak in capacity and holds just for minutes. I opened up laptop and found L14M2P21 battery with 30Wh, 7.4VDC and 4050mAh. While searching online I found that there is option with same PN L14M3P21 but with 45Wh, 11.1VDC (link to amazon: https://www.amazon.com/BOWEIRUI-L14M3P21-Replacement-L14L3P21-L14M2P21/dp/B07T5XGVW9) Can I use this higher voltage battery in my laptop? Did someone try this already? Thanks in advance.
  4. I think this would be great for basic to mid range user, because its quite small, and isn't a power hungry beast.
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