Battery forAsus VivoBook K200 K200M K200MA X200 X200M X200MA
Condition: Brand New - Grade A cells.
Battery Type: Li-ion
Voltage: 11.25 Volt
Smart surge short circuit protection
igh quality UL SA CE RoHS approved
This product is good for the following Models and Part
Battery for ASUS Vivobook X200CA X200M X200MA F200CA 11.6 Inch
1,100% New Components - never refurbished, recycles, or used
2,Non-OEM but 100% Compatible - Guaranteed to meet the
specifications of your original device
3,Nearly all our products have UL, CE and RoHS certificates.
1,All laptop batteries get CE FCC RoHS certificated . Qualified and
accredtied testing laboratories strict guidelines for compatiblity
and standrads. Compliance for product safely and enviromental .
2,Equipped with grade A cells , Charge quickly ,longer discharge
time .Steady output and consumption more than 500 times
3, Opreation time 1.5-6 hours, Actual operation time varies
depending on types of the devices and the way it is used .
Asus VivoBook K200 K200M K200MA X200 X200M X200MA
How to take care of your battery?
1. Perform Shallow Discharges; Avoid Frequent Full Discharges
There's only one problem that shallow discharges can cause. Laptops
can get a bit confused by shallow discharges and may show you wrong
estimates for how long your device's battery will last. We
recommend you perform a full discharge about once per month to help
calibrate the device's battery time estimate.
2. Heat (and Cold) Can Damage Batteries.
If you have a laptop that you use plugged in all of the time and it
gets quite hot, removing the battery can increase the battery's
life by limiting the battery's exposure to the heat of your
laptop.Keep your devices near room temperature and avoid storing
them in very hot places, such as hot cars on summer days.
Extreme cold temperatures can decrease the lifespan of your
battery, too. Don't put a spare battery in the freezer or expose
any device with a battery to similarly cold temperatures if you're
in a region with cold temperatures.
3. Don't Leave the Battery At 0%.
You shouldn't leave the battery in a fully discharged state for
very long. Ideally, the battery wouldn't discharge all the way to
zero very often - but if it does, you should recharge it as soon as