Here at Evolved Studio we do most of our computing on MacBook Pro’s. It’s a power house fast enough to replace traditional desktop workstations, and it provides flexibility to take our work with us when traveling to a production location. It also becomes an external monitor ¬†and portable disc recorder when Adobe’s On Location running, as mentioned in the previous post. However, I’ve kept mine plugged in most of the time. I’m not good at checking the battery levels throughout the day. A year has gone by, and now my laptop just shuts down after a few minutes of use when it’s not plugged in. It turns out it’s a good idea to routinely “exercise” your battery, draining & charging it, so that this doesn’t happen to you. Hopefully I can get my battery back into shape.

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