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Lap Gadgets went live in 2012 with the objective of making laptop parts available to anyone who had internet access. Today, we're present across various categories of laptop parts including laptop adapters, laptop batteries, laptop dvd drives, laptop screen, laptop keyboard, laptop hinges, laptop motherboards, laptop cpu fan, laptop lcd cable– and still counting!

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We feel glad that you took your time get to know us better. Here are some things about us that we thought you might like to know.

Lap Gadgets went live in 2012 with the objective of making laptop parts available to anyone who had internet access. Today, we're present across various categories of laptop parts including laptop adapters, laptop batteries, laptop dvd drives, laptop screen, laptop keyboard, laptop hinges, laptop motherboards, laptop cpu fan, laptop lcd cable– and still counting!

Then there's our dedicated Lap Gadgets delivery partners who work round the clock to personally make sure the packages reach on time.


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Lap Gadgets Delivery Rates

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Standard items (Amazon configured region) Dynamic ₹ 75.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
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Rajasthan, Haryana(Faridabad(121001, 121002, 121003, 121004, 121005, 121006, 121007, 121008, 121009, 121010, 121101, 121102, 121105, 121106), Gurgaon(122001, 122002, 122003, 122004, 122005, 122006, 122007, 122008, 122009, 122010, 122011, 122012, 122015, 122016, 122017, 122018, 122050, 122051, 122101, 122102, 122103, 122104, 122105, 122106, 122107, 122108, 122109, 122502, 122504, 122505, 122506, 122555, 123003, 123106, 123401, 123413, 123414, 123504, 123505, 123506, 122022, 122413, 122019, 122052, 122414, 122503, 122508), Bhiwadi, Mahendragarh, Rewari, Bawal, Rohtak, Jhajjar, Hisar, Fatehabad, Sirsa, Jind, Bhiwani, Sonipat, Karnal, Panipat, Ambala, Yamuna Nagar, Panchkula, Kaithal, Kurukshetra), Punjab, Delhi, Chandigarh 3 - 5 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Puducherry 3 - 5 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Goa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Daman & Diu 3 - 5 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand 3 - 5 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
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Haryana, Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Rajasthan 7 - 9 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Puducherry 4 - 7 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Goa, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Daman & Diu 7 - 9 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand 7 - 9 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Andaman & Nicobar Islands 12 - 14 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
West Bengal, Odisha, Bihar 12 - 14 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00
Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura 12 - 14 Days ₹ 100.00 / Item ₹ 0.00


 

Shipping Policies

Shipping Policy

  Turnaround
 
  All orders are shipped within 48 hours Monday - Saturday  10.30am - 6.30pm.
 
  Carriers
 
 We use the following carriers to deliver our orders:
 
  DTDC 
  PROFESSIONAL COURIERS
  BLUEDART
  
 Order Tracking
 
 If a tracking # is provided by the shipping carrier, we will update your order with the tracking information. 
 
 Shipping Rates
 
 The rate charged for the shipping of your order is based on the products, and your location. Before the final  checkout page you will be shown what the cost of shipping will be, and you will have a chance to not place your order if you  decide not to. 
 
 Back Orders 
 
 If an item goes on back order we will ship you the part of your order that is in stock. When the item becomes available we  will ship you the rest of your order. You will not be charged any additional shipping and handling for the second shipment

Privacy and Security

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

 
This policy covers how we use your personal information. We take your privacy SERIOUSLY and will take all measures to protect your personal information. 
 
What Information Do We Collect?
 
We only collect information that we need that is related to your order. This includes your:
Billing Address
Shipping Address
Email Address 
Credit Card Information
 
In addition we also collect information on your IP address, browser type, and Refer URL data. We use this data to prevent hacking attempts, help us know what web browsers people are using, and find out where our visitors are coming from so that we can improve our marketing. 
 
How Is My Information Used?
 
Your information is only used to fill your order. We do not sell or redistribute your information to ANYONE.
 
Security and Storage
 
Only your order data billing, shipping, and order contents data is stored on our server. This information is encrypted using a Secure Sockets Layer before it is transmitted over a web server. We do not store your Credit Card data. 
 
Cookies and Browser Information 
 
Cookies are small files that reside on your computer and allow us to recognize you on your next visit or store your shopping cart contents. We use them only to track this information. 


Tax Information

Sales tax is not separately calculated and collected in connection with items ordered from Lap Gadgets through the Amazon.in Site unless explicitly indicated as such in the ordering process. Items ordered from Lap Gadgets may be subject to tax in certain states, based on the state to which the order is shipped. If an item is subject to sales tax, in accordance with state tax laws, the tax is generally calculated on the total selling price of each individual item, including shipping and handling charges, gift-wrap charges and other service charges, less any applicable discounts. If tax is separately calculated and collected in connection with items ordered from Lap Gadgets through the Amazon.in Site, the tax amounts that appear during the ordering process are estimated - the actual taxes that will be charged to your credit card will be calculated at the time your order is processed and will appear in your order confirmation notification.

What is the difference between NiCad, NiMH and Lithium Ion batteries?Batteries in portable consumer devices such as a laptop, camcorder, cellular phone, etc., are typically made using either Nickel Cadmium (NiCad), Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) or Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery cell chemistry. Each type of rechargeable battery chemistry has its own unique characteristics:



NiCad and NiMH:

The main difference between the two is that NiMH battery (the newer technology of the two) offers higher energy density than NiCads. In other words, the capacity of a NiMH is approximately twice the capacity of its NiCad counterpart. What this means is for you is increased run-time from the battery with no additional bulk or weight. NiMH also offers another major advantage: NiCad batteries tend to suffer from what is called the "memory effect". NiMH batteries are less prone to develop this problem and thus require less maintenance and conditioning. NiMH batteries are also environmentally friendlier than NiCad batteries since they do not contain heavy metals (which present serious landfill problems). Note: Not all devices can accept both NiCad or NiMH batteries.



Lithium Ion:

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) has become the new standard for portable power in consumer devices. Li-Ion batterys produce the same energy as NiMH battery but weighs approximately 20%-35% less. This is can make a noticeable difference in devices such as cellular phones, camcorders or notebook computers where the battery makes up a significant portion of the total weight. Another reason Li-Ion batteries have become so popular is that they do not suffer from the "memory effect" at all. They are also environmentally friendly because they don't contain toxic materials such as Cadmium or Mercury.
 Is it Possible to Upgrade the Device's Battery to a newer Chemistry?Maybe. NiCad, NiMH and Li-Ion are all fundamentally different from one another and cannot be substituted unless the device has been pre-configured from the factory to accept more than one type of battery chemistry.



Please refer to your manual to find out which rechargeable battery types the particular device supports or use our Battery Quick Finder Wizard to find all the compatible battery for your device. It will automatically list all of the battery types supported by the your specific device.

 My new battery isn't charging. Is it defective?Usually NO. New batteries come in a discharged condition and must be fully charged before use. It is recommended that you fully charge and discharge the new battery two to four times to allow it to reach its maximum rated capacity.



It is generally recommend an overnight charge (approximately twelve hours). It is normal for a battery to become warm to the touch during charging and discharging.



When charging the battery for the first time, the device may indicate that charging is complete after just 10 or 15 minutes. This is a normal with rechargeable batteries. New batteries are hard for the device to charge; they have never been fully charged and not “broken in”. Sometimes the device's charger will stop charging a new battery before it is fully charged. If this happens, remove the battery from the device and then reinsert it. The charge cycle should begin again. This may happen several times during the first battery charge. Don't worry; it's perfectly normal.



Another scenario can be the BIOS interface. At times, the current software in your system is only set up to read an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) battery. If your BIOS as not been updated, and you have only used OEM batteries in your unit it can cause the replacement battery not to communicate efficiently with the software in your system. 
By visiting your manufacturers website and locating your models BIOS upgrade, it can make it possible for your replacement battery to work as efficiently as your OEM battery. Once completing the BIOS upgrade, please recharge your battery for 12 hours and use as normal. 
 How can I maximize the performance of my battery?There are several steps you can take to help you get maximum performance from your battery:



Prevent the Memory Effect - Keep the battery healthy by fully charging and then fully discharging it at least once every two to three weeks. Exceptions to the rule are Li-Ion batteries which do not suffer from the memory effect.



Keep the Batteries Clean - It's a good idea to clean dirty battery contacts with a cotton swab and alcohol. This helps maintain a good connection between the battery and the portable device.



Exercise the Battery - Do not leave the battery dormant for long periods of time. We recommend using the battery at least once every two to three weeks. If a battery has not been used for a long period of time, perform the new battery break in procedure described above.



Battery Storage - If you don't plan on using the battery for a month or more, store it in a clean, dry, cool place away from heat and metal objects. NiCad, NiMH and Li-Ion batteries will self-discharge during storage; remember to recharge the batteries before use.



Sealed Lead Acid - (SLA) batteries must be kept at full charge during storage. This is usually achieved by using special trickle chargers. If you do not have a trickle charger, do not attempt to store SLA batteries for more than three months.
 What is "Memory Effect"?Memory effect, can also be known as lazy battery effect, is an effect in some rechargeable batteries that causes them to hold less charge over time. In its original meaning it describes one very specific situation in which certain NiCd batteries gradually lose their maximum energy capacity if they are repeatedly recharged after being only partially discharged. This battery chemistry should be fully discharged before attempting to recharge the battery. 
 What are volts and milliamp-hours (e.g. 10.8V - 4600mAH)?Every battery has two ratings which are volts and amp-hours (AH). The Ah rating may also be given as milliamp-hours (mAh), which are one-thousandth of an amp-hour ( for example, a 4.6Ah battery is equal to 4600mAh). Ah hours are a rating of the amount of energy that a battery can store. Typically, the mAh rating is also a measure of the number of hours a battery may last. For example, a 4600mAh battery will last at least 4.5 hours. The higher a battery's amp hour rating is, the longer the battery's run-time will be. It is not uncommon for some of our batteries to have higher or lower amp ratings. This will not cause any incompatibilities. 


Voltage ratings, however, must be within a reasonable range. For instance, your original battery may say 3.6v, but you purchase a battery that is 3.7v. This is still acceptable. The rule of thumb when dealing with voltage is to never exceed one volt higher than your original rating. So if your original battery is rated at 3.6v, then you would be able to use a replacement battery up to 4.6v and nothing higher. 


Run times vary for many reasons, such as the type of device, the type of applications being used, whether or not you are playing a CD or DVD (etc.) and the chemistry of the battery. The average computer should give you between 1½ to 3 hours of run time. Once again, this varies for many reasons. 
 How long do typical batteries last?The life of a battery under normal use is around 500 to 900 charge-discharge cycles. This is between one and a half to three years of battery life for the average user. Of course, a more avid user might obtain less of a life span due to the frequency of charge-discharge cycles. As the rechargeable battery begins to fail the running time of the battery on a full cahrge will begin to decline. When a battery supplies thirty minutes or less of charge, it is time for a replacement. 
 Can I recycle my old battery? How?Yes, we can assist in battery recycling. Please view the information that is provided under our "Battery Recycling" option.
 How long will my new battery run?Battery run-time on a laptop is difficult to determine. Actual battery running time depends upon the power demands made by the equipment. The use of the screen, the hard drive, and other accessories results in an additional drain upon the battery, effectively reducing its running time. The total run-time of the battery is also dependent upon the design of the equipment.
 What is a "smart" and "dumb" Battery?Smart batteries have internal circuit boards with smart chips which allow them to communicate with the notebook and monitor battery performance, output voltage and temperature. Smart batteries will generally run 15% longer due to their increased efficiency and also give the computer much more accurate "fuel gauge" capabilities to determine how much battery running time is left before the next recharge is required.
 The Do's and Don'ts of Battery UseBattery Do's:

Fully charge/discharge battery up to 4 cycles before achieving full capacity of a new battery

Fully discharge and then fully charge the battery every two to three weeks for battery conditions.

Run the device under the battery's power until it shuts down or until you get a low battery warning. Then recharge the battery as instructed in the user's manual.

Remove from the device and stored in a cool, dry, clean place if the battery will not be in use for a month or longer,

Recharge the battery after a storage period

Ensure maximum performance of the battery by optimizing the device's power management features. Refer to the manual for further instructions.



Battery Don'ts:

Do not short-circuit. A short-circuit may cause severe damage to the battery.

Do not drop, hit or otherwise abuse the battery as this may result in the exposure of the cell contents, which are corrosive.

Do not expose the battery to moisture or rain.

Keep battery away from fire or other sources of extreme heat. Do not incinerate. Exposure of battery to extreme heat may result in an explosion.
                My replacement battery is not charging correctly, do I need a BIOS upgrade?
BIOS, especially on older computers, can be updated from time to time. This is so the BIOS program can recognize new devices that have just been recently manufactured. To upgrade or change a computer's BIOS, a special program from the BIOS manufacturer is needed. 


One reason that your replacement battery might not be charging or performing well can be the BIOS. At times, the current software in your system is only set up to read an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) battery. If your BIOS as not been updated, and you have only used OEM batteries in your unit it can cause the replacement battery not to communicate efficiently with the software in your system.


By visiting your manufacturers website and locating your models BIOS upgrade, it can make it possible for your replacement battery to work as efficiently as your OEM battery. Once completing the BIOS upgrade, please recharge your battery for 12 hours and use as normal. 
 What is a Zinc battery?Zinc Batteries (Non-Rechargeable) are electro-chemical batteries powered by the oxidation of zinc with oxygen. These batteries typically have high energy densities. They are typically used in hearing aids and prevalent in experimental electric vehicles. 

In order to function, particles of zinc are mixed with an electrolyte (usually potassium hydroxide solution). Water and oxygen from the air than react at the cathode and form hydroxyls which migrate into the zinc paste and form zincate (Zn(OH)42-), at which point electrons are released and travel to the cathode. The zincate decays into zinc oxide and water is released back into the system. The water and hydroxyls from the anode are recycled at the cathode, so the water serves only as a catalyst. The reactions produce a maximum voltage level of 1.65 volts, but this is reduced to 1.4–1.35 V by reducing air flow into the cell; this is usually done for hearing aid batteries to reduce the rate of water drying out.
 What is the Difference between a SLA, VLRA and AGM batteries?

SLA (Sealed Lead Acid) and VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) are different acronyms for the same battery. This battery type has the following characteristics: Maintenance-free, leak-proof, position insensitive. Batteries of this kind have a safety vent to release gas in case of excessive internal pressure build up. AGM(Absorbed Glass Mat) refers to a specific type of SLA/VRLA where the electrolyte is absorbed into separators between the plates consisting of sponge like fine glass fiber mats. SLA batteries are divided up into specific subsets of batteries:

• General SLA - are designed to be a general purpose battery that can be used in a wide variety of applications like in toys, consumer level UPS, alarm systems, etc… Can provide a large discharge current over a short time period and the life cycle of the battery is 1-3 years depending on use. Capacity is usually calculated at 20HR. These batteries have generally regular sized plates.

• Deep Cycle (EV) – are designed to provide a steady amount of current over a long period of time and are able to drain completely and recover almost 100%. Designed for electric vehicles, golf cars, wheelchairs, etc… Typical life cycle is 2 years or less depending on depth and frequency of discharge. These batteries have generally thick plates.

• High Rate Discharge - are designed for when large amount of Amps are required in a very short amount of time. These batteries are used primarily where high power is required for a short duration of time (less than 30 mins). Mainly for high powered UPS Applications. Capacity is usually calculated at 10HR or lower. These batteries have generally thinner, but more numerous plates.

• Long Life – are constructed to have long service life in float or cyclic applications. Life expectancy in float service is up to 18 years @ 25C (typically 10+ years). Typical applications are communication, stand-by power, security systems, power systems, etc…


GEL vs. (AGM) Sealed Lead Acid Batteries

AGM (absorbed glass mat) is a special design glass mat designed to wick the battery electrolyte between the battery plates. AGM Batteries contain only enough liquid to keep the mat wet with the electrolyte and if the battery is broken no free liquid is available to leak out.

Gel Cell batteries contain a silica type gel that the battery electrolyte is suspended in. This thick paste like material allows electrons to flow between plates but will not leak from the battery if the case is broken.

More often than not AGM Batteries are mistakenly identified as Gel Cell Batteries. Both batteries have similar traits; such as being non-spillable, may be mounted in any position, low self discharge, safe for use in limited ventilation areas, and may be transported via Air or Ground safely without special handling.

AGM Batteries are preferred when a large amount of Amps may be required. In most cases, recharge can be accomplished by using a good quality standard battery charger. The life expectancy; measured as cycle life or years remains excellent in most AGM batteries if the batteries are not discharged more than 60% between recharge and/or recharged fully every 3-6 months.

Gel Cell Batteries do not offer the same power capacity as do the same physical size AGM battery. However, the Gel Cell excels in slow discharge rates and slightly higher operating temperatures and with excellent deep cycle capability. Gel Cell Batteries are considered Deep Cycle battery by virtue of their construction. One big issue with Gel Cell Batteries that must be addressing is the CHARGE PROFILE. GelCell Batteries must be recharged correctly or the battery will suffer premature failure. Please refer to specification sheet for max charging current limit. Using Gel Cell chargers is highly recommended.


What is the Hour Rate of a SLA Battery?

HR (Hour Rate) – All SLA type batteries have their capacity rated depending on the amount of Amps they can discharge over a certain period of time. General SLA Batteries are usually rated at 20HR, meaning their current over a period of 20 hours. If a battery is rated at 20Ah capacity at 20HR, it means that the battery can discharge 1 Amp per hour over that 20 hour period. A High Rate Battery will typically be rated at 10HR or less. So if a High Rate Battery that is 20Ah capacity at a 10HR, it would be able to discharge 2 Amps per hour over a 10 hour period.

Generally, a battery will have more effective capacity if it is discharged slowly and conversely, the battery will have less effective capacity if it is discharged quickly. For example, if a 20Ah (10HR) rated battery is discharged over a 20 hour period (20HR), the effective capacity could be 23Ah. If the same 20Ah (20HR) battery is discharged over a 5 hour period, then the effective capacity maybe only be just 15Ah, a loss of 25%.

High Rate Batteries however are manufactured in a way to maximize quick discharge at the expense of deep cycling and cyclic life. They can discharge high Amps at very short periods of time. For example, a 20Ah (10HR) High Rate Batterycan discharge 70 Amps over a 5 minute period, while a General SLA Battery may only be able to do just 45 Amps.

 

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