Charge Your Tablet Battery
Tablets are the main product of mobile devices, because they are the best of all mobile worlds — smaller and lighter than laptops, and more useable than smartphones. It's also possible to get a better battery life in your tablet than you do with your smartphone or laptop, extending you beyond a full day of work. However, this won't happen if you're careless with your usage and your battery. Believe it or not, there are ways to maximize that battery for a life of extended mobility.
Much of the change in batteries grew out of the necessity of safety in portable devices. Because mobility means taking a device through severe heat, cold, shock, and vibration, the batteries had to designed for maximum safety and longevity. Although many may doubt this claim, storing energy of several kilowatts can be dangerous, especially when stored in a device that's constantly on the move and often dropped, shaken, and exposed to harsh environments.
Since these batteries are tucked safely away from the user, it's up to the physical and software systems — the Battery Management System (BMS) — to care for them. The BMS handles some fairly complex tasks, such as managing the integrity of a battery when cells begin to fail. Unfortunately, the BMS can't do everything. The user of the device still has to take care of the mobile to ensure extended and safe battery life.