Is it okay to leave the Vita on the charger when it's fully charged?

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User Info: AnatomyHorror

AnatomyHorror
4 years ago#1
I'm new to any type of portable gaming that has came out in the past decade.

I was talking to a friend, and he said you shouldn't leave it on the charger, while it's fully charged because it would drain battery life.

This came up as I said I would likely leave it on the charger while playing it.
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User Info: TheEmoBoyToy

TheEmoBoyToy
4 years ago#2
he's wrong, it's fine. all modern decent rechargable batteries automatically stop charging when fully charged.
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User Info: AnatomyHorror

AnatomyHorror
4 years ago#3
So it's all good to leave it plugged up, fully charged, and just keep on playing it?
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User Info: Elements012894

Elements012894
4 years ago#4
As far as I know its not the "advisable" thing to do, but it should be perfectly fine really.
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User Info: bakasmurf

bakasmurf
4 years ago#5
Based on my experience with my PSP and PSP charger, I wouldn't advise it.

Last year i used play Tekken and Fate/unlimited alot just before i sleep so i would leave the PSP plug to the charger. Eventually i noticed that the PSP charger keeps getting hot in the morning even though the PSP is already full and still plugged. Granted i was doing this for several months before it showed any signs. End of story, my PSP charger stopped working soon after. Its a good thing my PSP never had a problem after that but Im using a USB to charge now. If it makes any difference, its a PSP2000 and several years old so it might also be that.

User Info: Encephlon

Encephlon
4 years ago#6
yeah that probably does kill the battery life but you will hardly notice anyways. I take it you cannot remove the battery and just play off the AC?
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User Info: bakasmurf

bakasmurf
4 years ago#7
Encephlon posted...
yeah that probably does kill the battery life but you will hardly notice anyways. I take it you cannot remove the battery and just play off the AC?

No. I play it unplugged but charge it at night so its full the next day.

User Info: r12qi

r12qi
4 years ago#8
best advise is to not to. despite now it have some safety measurement

User Info: fuzaco

fuzaco
4 years ago#9
You can, but it's really not advised. For example, my mother has been using her laptop for 3 or 4 years, and it's always on the charger - now its battery can only last about 30 mins.

User Info: wolf_blitzer85

wolf_blitzer85
4 years ago#10
TheEmoBoyToy posted...
he's wrong, it's fine. all modern decent Li-ion rechargable batteries automatically stop charging when fully charged.
*corrected
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