You have 10 seconds to explain why your laptop doesn't support USB charging and external USB battery packs.
>he doesn't download more battery on his 1gbps broadband connection
Are you fucking retarded?
NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER NIGGER
How fucking stupid are you that you think a USB cable is capable of charging a laptop? USB cables aren't rated for that shit and that's exactly why we don't use them for charging.
>not having a laptop with a microusb charger you can easily carry in your pocket wherever you go
Usb3 Is rated at 900ma max
How the fuck are you gonna dump 2.5A or more required to charge a laptop without melting the cable
>hurr durr nigger nigger nigger nigger
I'm not talking about your tablet or your tablet tier laptop.
What I want to know is why hasn't anybody made an ultrabook with the usual built-battery but also with the capability of bolting on to a 1/2 inch thick battery pack with the same dimensions as the ultrabook. It'd bring the ultrabook to regular laptop thicknesses while easily adding an extra day's worth (possibly more) of battery life.
>Usb3 Is rated at 900ma max
inb4 pic related
>45 tabs in 3 different browsers doing random ish
>driving 3 monitors
usb power tablet with internal battery would die instantly & be ruined.
I take my battery out when using it at home and go straight to power source & can swap out batterys at a whim - can't do that with a USB powered tablet
>only difference is usb3 transfers data, DATA, faster
I honestly wish shitposting was a Capitol offense punishable by the death sentence with no opportunity to repeal.
If you just took 5 seconds to look at the USB spec sheet you would know it just isn't worth it to charge a laptop through USB cable. But instead you decide to start a shitpost thread. I tip my fedora to you sir.
Well there is no complex electrical equations there
If you have a fixed voltage you need more amps to have greater power
Higher amps means thicker wires so your cable doesn't melt
And btw it would be really inefficient to charge a laptop with 5V since they are 19V battery packs (at least mine)
Sorry that my comp doesn't have 3000 mah capacity