CMOS Battery for Acer Compaq Aero DEC HiNote Dell Dimension Optiplex CR2032

Mfg.Part: B-310 | CDW Part: 1308225 | UNSPSC: 26111711
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  • 1 x lithium ion
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  • 1 x lithium ion
Hi-Capacity CMOS Battery for Acer Compaq Aero DEC HiNote Dell Dimension Optiplex CR2032

• Chemistry: Lithium
• mAh: 220
• Volts:: 3
• Weight: .02 lbs.
• Dimensions: 0.88 x 0.88 x 0.12
• 1 year Warranty

Hi-Capacity CMOS battery for Acer 486SX/33, AJP 1200, AJP 989, ALR Express, Angel Computers 6700T2 PowerNote, AST Advantage 200, AST Advantage 6066D, AST Advantage 9304, AST Advantage 9316, AST Adventure!400, Casio Digital Diary SF-3900ER, Casio FX-7000GA, Citizen OEM Batteries, Clevo 1100, Compaq Air 1500, Compaq Air 1530, Compaq Air 1550, Compaq iPAQ Air 1500, Compaq OEM Batteries, Compaq Presario 2266, Compaq Presario 5070, DEC HiNote 433, DEC HiNote CS433, DEC HiNote CS450, DEC HiNote CS475, DEC HiNote CT450, DEC HiNote CT475, Dell 486DL, Dell 486DM, Dell 486DMT, Dell 486LE, Dell 486MTE, Dell 486MX, Dell Dimension 486SX/25, Dell Dimension P, Dell Dimension XPS, Dell OptiPlex GS, Dell OptiPlex GX For, Dell OptiPlex Gxi, Dell OptiPlex GXL, Dell OptiPlex L, Dell OptiPlex XL, Dell OptiPlex XM, Dell OptiPlex XMT, Dell PowerEdge 2100, Dell PowerEdge 6100, Duracell OEM Batteries, Energizer OEM Batteries, Eurocom 1100, Formula 1100, Formula 1300, Fosa 1100T, P5-120 Gateway, Generic OEM Batteries, Getac CA27, Goldstar GS100, Hewlett Packard 95LX, Hewlett Packard Jornada 680, Hewlett Packard Jornada 690, Hitachi M-1000/810, Hitachi M-100D, Hitachi M-100T, Hitachi M-1200, Hitachi M-120D, Hitachi M-120T, Hitachi M-133T, Hitachi M-134T, Hitachi M33-T100, Hitachi MN1, Hitachi OEM Batteries, Hyundai HN6000, IBM 5140 Convertible Laptop, IBM 6384, IBM 6585, IBM 6586, IBM 6587, IBM 8525SX, IBM 8590, IBM 8595, IBM Aptiva 530, IBM Aptiva A40, IBM Aptiva M50, IBM Aptiva M63, IBM PC330, IBM PC350, IBM Personal Computer 100, IBM Portable Convertible 5140 LT, IBM PS/1 486SX/33, IBM PS/1 Consultant, IBM PS/1 Expert, IBM PS/1 Portable, IBM PS/2-56, IBM PS/2-57, IBM PS/2-85, IBM PS/2-90, IBM PS/2-95, IBM Valuepoint, IEC Batteries, Inca 110, Inca 1100M, Kapok 1100, Kapok 1100N, Kapok 1100S, Kapok 111SL, Kapok 1300, Kapok 1300M, Kodak Batteries, M Tech MIG-R540, Micronics JX30WB, Micronics M54HI+, MPC (formerly MicronPC) Millenia For, MPC (formerly MicronPC) For Magnum, NEC MobilePro 750, NEC MobilePro 750C, NEC PowerMate V90 Pentium, Notebook Computer 1200, Packard Bell Force 900, Packard Bell Legend 401CD, Packard Bell Legend 402CD, PC 7 Super Chips Mainboard, Prostar 1100, Prostar 1100A, Prostar 3100, Prostar 3203, Sager 1100, Sager NP1203-S, Sager NP8550, Seiko Batteries, Sony PCV130, Umax ActionBook 312T, Umax ActionBook 316T, Umax ActionBook 318P, Umax ActionBook 318T, Umax ActionBook 330T, Umax ActionBook 333T, Umax ActionBook 335T, Umax ActionBook 338T, Umax ActionBook 340T, Umax ActionBook 347T, Umax ActionBook 520T, Umax ActionBook 533T, Umax ActionBook 535T, Umax ActionBook 540T
CMOS Battery for Acer Compaq Aero DEC HiNote Dell Dimension Optiplex CR2032 is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Silly phone? I loved this thing! My TyTn II was great - nothing at the time compared to it! Stylus input, touch (as limited as it was at the time), a full keyboard that worked well and could slide out of the way, good buttons on the sides, replaceable battery, SD card slot, and would run what at the time was a ton of apps for Windows Mobile. Granted you had to be a geek to really use the device, but it was great.My last little project with it I installed Android on it...forget what version, and it was SLOW, but it did work!
Date published: 2014-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sweetest phone from back to the future....if you had this in 2005, you were a god, and you had a lame phone.
Date published: 2013-09-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap, old low end semi smart phone. This was a sad time for mobile phones. These things were ridiculous. Doesn't matter now.
Date published: 2013-09-06
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