If you had a laptop that was several years old and the battery was totally fried, there were several cracks in it, the little plastic pieces on the vent were breaking off and getting trapped in your laptop and beating against the fan, keys were starting to come loose, the laptop was getting slower and slower (even after reformatting and the like), etc., would you invest in a new laptop or just spring for the $100+ new battery?
A few people keep telling me that my laptop is still perfectly fine and I just need a new battery, but I think it's time for a new one.
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