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    Keeping TF Book T100 pugged in at power point

    So, recently I've been researching a lot about how to look after my laptop/tablet's (the Asus Transformer Book T100) battery. And after looking at various websites, I still don't know the answer to this question for my specific PC. Will keeping my laptop/tablet plugged in at the power point after it has reached 100% charge mean that my laptop will bypass the battery in order to get it's power straight from the power point and thus mean it will be protected from wear?

    Thanks heaps for the help!

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    Please have a look at Battery University... it does not recommend keeping your device plugged in. We have an extensive thread on battery use on the Asus Transformers. It's linked in my Signature below.

    Basic to Advanced Battery Information from Battery University

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    Welcome to the forum

    Please don't take this the wrong way, but this question gets asked so often & has been answered so many times that I will close this thread now.

    As Swipe comments, you can check out our T100 FAQ guide (linked below) and that gives you a direct answer - which is "no, don't do it if you value your battery".

    Additionally, read through the great many threads in our dedicated Battery section for the T100.

    Finally, you may find the "how to search effectively on the forum" thread linked below to be of use to you as you spend time here.

    All the best.

    (Thread closed -posted in the wrong section & covered exhaustively elsewhere.)
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    PLEASE Search for existing threads before posting a new one. Thanks.

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