Your laptop can have all the top of the line capabilities in the world; however if the battery can’t keep up with these capabilities, they essentially become useless. Laptopmag recently posted a review of Hewlett Packard’s HP Pavilion dm3t series. HP boasts that the laptop, which starts at the fairly reasonable price of $650, is [...]
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Following at least two reported cases of batteries catching on fire, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of 70,000 lithium-ion batteries used in Hewlett-Packard and Compaq laptops. As noted by our friends at Tech Report, this particular recall is nowhere near the size of the massive battery recall that
Owners of Hewlett Packard’s Mini 1000 can now add nearly twice the amount of run-time to their machines as HP has now made a 6-cell battery available for purchase. The 6-cell battery is listed as lithium polymer, 2.4Ah and 53Wh, and currently listed at a price of $153.90.
Apparently Dell was none too pleased with rival competitor Hewlett Packard’s boastful claims of better battery life. Specifically, the claim by HP’s Fred Bullock at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that the battery life of it’s Elitebook 6930p outperforms those of the laptops being put out by Dell, even running up to [...]
One of the many exciting happenings slated to take place in 2009 is Hewlett-Packard‘s rebranding of the innovative Sonata battery as a more efficient, more environmentally power option for many of their lap-tops. HP is citing the benefits of the Sonata upgrade as the ability to be charged faster(80 percent of capacity in 30 minutes), [...]