Is there an active test I can run (on Linux) to determine if my battery is genuine/new?
I can get a diagnostic easily enough but what I'd be interested in is a test I can run myself to get a current benchmark for my battery.
The official Lenovo specs for my machine claimed 10-ish hrs of active usage (I know, way overblown) but I haven't been able to find anything for standby life. Were there benchmarks for standby released for this machine?
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With laptops booting up so quick nowadays, why waste valuable battery charge using stand-by?
Are those few seconds that you might save so important?
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For me, battery life is so good in standby now-a-days, there is no need to fully shut it down.
10-12% per day is basically normal. Thats about the same I get on my Yoga.
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