so the battery life is? close to 12 hrs ?

onysi

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panos mentions

75% of the first gen sfrpro

power cover is 2.5 hours more batt life from sfrpro.

this adds up to about 12-14hrs?


Im guessing the first gen pro averaged to 6-7 hrs?

 

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The first generation was about 4 to 5 hours. That's what mostly kept me from getting it. The new one should have around or at least 10 which is perfect. I'm definitely getting one.
 

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Yeah, the 1st gen Pro is about 4-5 hours, so many people estimate that the new one would be about 7-9. That being said, add in the Power cover and you're looking at, worst case scenario ( just based off the numbers, of course) 9.5 hours and at best, about 11.5.
 

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I own a Pro and I get 6-7 hours of use. Get me through two of my college classes (3 hours each) and lunch (30 minutes) with about 10% left when I get home.
 

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I own a Pro and I get 6-7 hours of use. Get me through two of my college classes (3 hours each) and lunch (30 minutes) with about 10% left when I get home.

so are we talking about 9-10 hrs? I am still debating because battery is very important for someone who practically lives in college campus. Then again Icould still plug it in school.
 

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In MS store, the battery life with type cover for pro 2 is 4:48. This is for a unit on display, which has screen brightness set to highest with video looping when not being used.
 

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so are we talking about 9-10 hrs? I am still debating because battery is very important for someone who practically lives in college campus. Then again Icould still plug it in school.

Again, it's believed to Pro 2 will get about 7-9 hours alone, about 10-12 hours if you add in the Power Cover. We of course can't know for sure until it's publically available to the market for battery testing, however.
 

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