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  1. #1
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    Project Athena laptops will have 9 hours of battery life

    Intel’s Project Athena laptops will deliver over 9 hours of battery life.

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    The entire story makes me curious to know what the exact battery power and its watt usage will be. They are just mentioning a "huge" battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanavhiAvadhoot View Post
    The entire story makes me curious to know what the exact battery power and its watt usage will be. They are just mentioning a "huge" battery.
    Low-voltage CPU with a huge battery will make it possible somewhere to what Intel is hoping for. Though a lot of things depend on the real life challenges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrarthanaDhumane View Post
    Low-voltage CPU with a huge battery will make it possible somewhere to what Intel is hoping for. Though a lot of things depend on the real life challenges.
    With the "real-world battery life" tag, seems like Intel is challenging the very way laptop batteries are used. Can be a game changer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MayaSingh View Post
    With the "real-world battery life" tag, seems like Intel is challenging the very way laptop batteries are used. Can be a game changer.
    What's highlighted here is that the battery usage can include streaming videos when you are browsing the web as well as running several Office tasks, which can consume extra battery juice.