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newcomer21

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I am trying to purchase a battery for my laptop. The specs for the original batter are:

Part #6500799
9.6 V
4500mAh

and I have found several replacements but the numbers are different and I wanted to make sure they are compatible

11.1 V
4400mAh

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Hi, newcomer21. Is this what you are looking for?

http://www.laptopsfo...6500799-battery


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I found that one and was looking at this one as well, but didn't know if the volts had to be the same or not. I had read something about the voltage before and I was concerned it wasn't compatible.

http://www.neximagin...ct.asp?id=51555
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Are you sure your specs are 9.6 volts? This is the exact same part number here:

Part #6500799 (11.1 V.)

Same here.

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Edited by Major Payne, 11 July 2008 - 08:34 PM.

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Yes, I am looking at the back of the original battery.

I called neximaging and she said it was the correct battery
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Thanks for the help, but I found the difference. One is Ni-MH battery and the other is Li-Ion battery. They have a new part number for the battery. This topic can be closed.

Thanks,
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