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After using some Samsung laptops and tablets for the past few years that allow you to limit the maximum charge to 85% to preserve battery health, I am surprised why every device doesn’t have this feature.
With the 85% limit, there has been 0% degradation in battery full charge capacity and the devices still last as long on a "full" charge as they did when I first bought them.
So, why can’t companies put slightly larger batteries but cap them to 85% full charge level in the devices to reduce the typical e-waste from battery degradation in devices with non-removable batteries?
blue-light levels "up to 70 percent lower than an LCD display"
If that is the case, then how can it be color-accurate? Won’t the screen and all the colors appear yellowish?