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Battop is a command line tool that allows you to monitor the battery usage and status on your Linux system. With battop, you can easily track important battery metrics such as charge level, capacity, voltage, temperature, and estimated remaining time. It provides a clear and concise display of battery information, making it easy to keep an eye on your battery health and performance. Battop also offers a color-coded visual representation of battery charge level, allowing you to quickly assess the current status at a glance. You can customize the refresh rate of the tool to match your preference and requirements. It supports multiple battery interfaces such as ACPI and Powercap, ensuring compatibility across various Linux distributions. Battop allows you to sort the battery list based on different criteria such as charge level, capacity, or time remaining. It provides detailed information about each battery, including its name, technology, and serial number. Battop supports a wide range of command line options, allowing you to tailor the tool's behavior to suit your needs. Overall, battop is a powerful and user-friendly tool for monitoring and managing your battery on Linux systems.

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