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Battery life is too short

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HP Omen EK0013dx
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Hi All,


I just purchased a new laptop HP Omen EK0013dx 1 day ago


I have a problem with the battery life


Web surfing less than 2 hours and gaming don't last more than 1 hour


Is this normal?

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What is your HP Omen EK0013dx ? Is it an OMEN Laptop - 15-ek0013dx ? Its specs



It uses 6-cell, 70.9 Wh Li-ion and it can use up to 200W. Now you can work out how long battery would last depending on your usage. When idle, machine may consume 30W therefore, browsing may consume 35W to 40W that why you only get around 2hrs.



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Thanks for your reply


Yes as described it is 15-ek0013dx


Mathematically what you said is correct, but I cannot validate the numbers in terms of consumption but it seems to me that 30 Watts as a consumption  is excessively high


What I am asking is the  real life test whom owned this product , if 2 hours in websurfing consumption is normal or not


Before I bought the product I went through a lot of reviews, It gave me the ease of 4 to 7 hours of websurfing based on the background processes,  which encouraged me


So 30 watts consumption as you said in  only websurfing  with 25% CPU utilisation and 0% GPU , don't you think that it is very high to be possible?


Thanks and best regards 

Ahmed Essam


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