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God forbid you ever sleep...when you wake this thread is like 5-6 pages past where you dozed off.
No the batteries are expected to last far longer than three years. The batteries in our designs are not subject to damaging deep discharge cycles or anything more than very light current demand .... Batteries used for power tools are quite a different matter, but in our units expect a life of greater than ten years. Mojo has a plug on it so it's just an easy replacement for a shop technician Hugo batteries will need soldering in place though but this is also a low skilled job which would be require rarely if ever.
I stand corrected... be assured that I'll be having words with my info-guy...
Is there any harm in most of the time leaving the Mojo hooked up to computer and plugged in to the wall to keep a full charge?
the question is will you sleep the night before your Mojo is due to arrive?
Yawn Yawn, twiddling thumbs - what to do - Hmmm I have an idea
You know what comes next .............
But does she still live ....
voided warranty ?
Yes ! Took one for the team - so I could share the internals with my headfi associates
Doesn't specify on mojo
As much as I like Headfi not sure I could've done that even if I had my Mojo yet.
No it's fine to leave it plugged in all the time but if your charging from an unplugged lap top you may drain the lap tops batteries. But if your using just the data USB connection ithe mojo takes no power from the connected device. John F.
I probably wont sleep..no.