Notebook PC Explodes

Update: Exploding Laptop (2013)

Are Lithium Ion laptop batteries any safer in 2013?

The results are disturbing.

Exploding Laptop 2013 (Extended Version)

Notebook PC Explodes

We intentionally created conditions in which the Li-ON battery pack would explode inside a generic portable. The results are dramatic. There are numerous conditions where these fires can occur in real life. Faulty battery packs (driving the recalls), faulty protection circuits inside the PC, exposure to excessive heat, and blunt force are some of the major ways that this could happen to you.

More PC Pitstop Research regarding PC Safety:

Playing with Fire

Playing with Fire – Part II

 2,175 total views,  1 views today

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

2 thoughts on “Notebook PC Explodes”

  1. what should everyday users do to lessen the chance of this happening? I usually leave mine plugged in all the time, is this dangerous?

    1. @rick: My only comment is has anyone answered the question – I got the same question as well – but I do not leave mine plugged in – and now I will not leave it plugged in when I leave the area – do not need any fires where I keep my laptop

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.