Low support - There is no compelling reason to give upkeep to the batteries to keep up their execution. Different sorts of batteries, for example, the nickel-based units require a normal release to keep up ideal execution.
Low self-release - The greater part of batteries lose a specific measure of charge in the wake of disengaging from a power source. In any case, the lithium-ion battery has a release rate that is much lower than different sorts of batteries. For example, nickel-cadmium would lose its charge at a substantially speedier rate regardless of the possibility that the battery is left unused.
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