Not only does it work well, but it was a fair price, shipped quickly, and came with top-notch support.
If you are looking for a hard-to-find battery, or a refurbishment of a dead one, I highly recommend Paul's services!
T21 2647 T22 2647 1@ 1GHz SXGA+ 4 more; T23 2647 1@ 1.2GHz SXGA+ 3 more
T30 2366-88U 2GHz; 2366-83U 1.8G; 5@ 2366-LU0/66U; 2367-KU6 FUBARd
T41 T42 T43
T60 T61 8897 2.4GHz SXGA+; 8898 2.4Ghz; 6463 2@ WSXGA+; 7658 2.5GHz; T61p; 6 more T61s
Sorry I've been kinda out of the loop.
I've done T2x batteries, but back in 2007! I think those, we reset the EEPROM that stored battery characteristics using a program called Smart Battery Workshop, done by a Russian developer. It was shareware, but the guy I worked for bought all the rights and then killed development afterwards.
The 600 batteries were crap then, and crap now. A lot of them actually have cells that amazingly can be revived. I think the problem is the piss poor battery management hardware from Panasonic. I can't speak to the aftermarket batteries, since they're completely different internally than the IBM OEM ones.
I rebuilt a bunch of packs, and they're all iffy on if they still work or not. I think I might've reused some old cells at the time, but the 600 packs are fairly straightforward for the most part.
300 (x3) 360C/CSE/CE/P, 510CS, 560/E/Z, 600E/X, 701C/CS, 730TE, 750/C, 755C(x3)/CE(x3)/CX/CDV/CD, 760EL,XD/765L, 770
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