Dell Inspiron 6000

Hot Laptop Batteries
Acer Aspire 1640 Series
Acer Aspire 4310 Series
Acer Aspire 7000 Series
TravelMate 4220 Serie
APPLE iBook G3 Series
APPLE iBook G4 Series
APPLE MacBook Pro 17
APPLE PowerBook G3
APPLE PowerBook G4
Dell Inspiron 1100 Series
Dell Inspiron 2000 Series
Dell Inspiron 9100 Series
Dell Inspiron 9300 Series
Dell Inspiron 6000 Series
Dell Latitude D600 Series
HP Pavilion DV1000 Series
Pavilion DV2000 Series
Pavilion DV6000 Series
Pavilion DV8000 Series
LENOVO IdeaPad S10
LENOVO IdeaPad S12
LENOVO IdeaPad Y430
LENOVO ThinkPad X61
LENOVO ThinkPad X200
LENOVO ThinkPad T400
Toshiba Satellite A205
Toshiba Satellite L305
Toshiba Tecra 8000 Series
Toshiba Tecra 8100 Series
Toshiba Tecra 9000 Series
Hot Cordless Drill Battery
Makita 191681-2 Drill Battery
Makita 1200 Drill Battery
MAKITA 7000 Drill Battery
MAKITA 9000 Drill Battery
MAKITA 6980FD Drill Battery
MAKITA 6319D Drill Battery
MAKITA 1434 Drill Battery
Makita 6012HDW Drill Battery
MAKITA 6347D Drill Battery
MAKITA 8402VD Drill Battery
MAKITA 9101 Drill Battery
Dewalt DW9072 Drill Battery
Dewalt DW984 Drill Battery
Dewalt DE9071 Drill Battery
Dewalt DE9062 Drill Battery
Hitachi DV 18DV Drill Battery
Hitachi EB 1220BL Battery
PANASONIC EY9231 Battery
Dewalt DC9096 Battery
Dewalt 152250-27 Battery
Dewalt DE9036 Battery
Hot Helicopter RC Battery
14.8V 3500mAh Li-polymer RC Battery for Helicopters
11.1V 1400mAh Li-polymer RC Battery for Helicopters
11.1V 2200mAh Li-polymer RC Battery for Helicopters
11.1V 3500mAh Li-polymer RC Battery for Helicopters
14.8v 2200mAh Li-polymer RC Battery for Helicopters
7.6v 600mAh Li-polymer RC Battery for Helicopters

UK top laptop battery shop > laptop battery longest life is three years

laptop battery longest life is three years
li-ion, 4400.00mAh, 14.80V
Fits Acer laptop battery PN: GRAPE34, LC.BTP00.006, TM00742
Dell VOSTRO 1520 Battery
Dell VOSTRO 1520 Laptop Battery
li-ion, 7200.00mAh, 11.10V
Fits Dell laptop battery PN: 312-0724, 312-0725, 312-0859, 312-0922, 451-10586, 451-10587, 451-10655, N950C, N956C, N958C, T114C, T116C, U661H
TOSHIBA PA3356U-1BAS Laptop Battery
TOSHIBA PA3356U-1BAS Laptop Battery
Li-ion, 4400.00mAh, 11.10V
Fits Toshiba laptop battery PN: PA3356U-1BAS, PA3356U-1BRS, PA3356U-2BAS, PA3356U-2BRS, PA3356U-3BAS, PA3356U-3BRS, PA3357U-1BRL, PA3456U-1BRS, PA3587U-1BRS, PA3588U-1BRS, PABAS048, PABAS049, PABAS054, PABAS066, PABAS071, PABAS105, PABAS162
TOSHIBA PA3287U-1BRS Laptop Battery, Li-ion, 8800.00mAh, 10.80V
TOSHIBA PA3287U-1BRS Laptop Battery
Li-ion, 8800.00mAh, 10.80V
Fits Toshiba battery PN: 3Z012468ASE, APS BL1354, G71C00023610, P000381400, PA2522U, PA2522U-1BAS, PA2522U-1BRS, PA3287, PA3287U, PA3287U-1BAS, PA3287U-1BRS, PABAS033, PABAS040, TS-2450L, TS-A20/25L

The degrading run-time of notebook batteries may be a thing of the past, without waiting for fuel cells, if Boston Power's Sonata cells live up to their claims.

The rechargeable batteries we use in our laptop computers -- ditto in our mobile phones and many other portable devices -- get marginally better, in terms of product evolution. Compared to the NiCAD and NiMH notebook batteries of yore, they're a noticeable improvement; for example, it's been a while since we've had to worry about the "memory effect" that meant being careful to charge batteries completely, to avoid capacity creep-down.

But compared to what we need, today's Lithium-Ion (LiON) batteries aren't there yet.

They don't hold a full day's charge, or they do at the expense of adding bulk, weight and cost. They don't last as long as the rest of the notebook's components -- even if you don't use them; within a year or less, run-time seriously begins to degrade. And they take too long to charge.

Some consumers remain wary to conduct mobile transactions but perception, reality aren't in sync

And, lithium-ion batteries aren't always safe, and have disposal issues.

One company claiming a better battery -- that is, the chemistry for a better battery -- is ZPower, using silver-zinc, which, according to ZPower, can pack 40% more juice, and be safer to use and dispose of.

However, ZPower doesn't seem to have any actual product yet, despite "This year for sure"-type (with apologies to Bullwinkle T. Moose) claims for the past year or so. The web site doesn't list any products, the latest press release is dated September 2009... even mobile fuel cells have actually come to market ahead of ZPower.

But at least one company has actually delivered product: Boston Power, including its Sonata batteries for use in notebooks and other portable/mobile devices and applications, and Swing batteries "suitable for electric vehicles, industrial equipment, and utility applications."

There aren't as many vendors offering Sonata-type batteries as I'd expect. HP started offering some in early 2009, either as an accessory pack or (for a model sold in Europe) shipped as the standard battery. According to Boston Power, HP offers them, mostly as "the HP Long Life Battery Accessory," with fifteen commercial notebook models.

And Boston Power has just announced a deal with Asus, offering them standard with ASUS B Series notebooks.

Unlike traditional lithium-ion batteries, where run time degrades within two years or even one, says Sally Bament, VP of Marketing, Boston Power, Boston Power's maintain like-new run time for over three years: "Our chemistry guarantees that like-new run time for well over three years, based on cycle life."

Is that really the case? I don't know...but HP and Asus both offer three-year warrantees on the Sonata batteries, guaranteeing performance, according to Bament.

Also, says Bament, "We support 90% charge in 90 minutes, and we can charge even faster, the cell can charge to 80% in 30 minutes."

"There's no question that the longer battery life is important, and so is fast charge, once you have used a notebook long enough where these aren't the case," says analyst Bob O'Donnell, Vice President, Clients and Displays, IDC. "The challenge for Boston Power is that they are a small supplier, and larger vendors like HP often want to second-source, which isn't an option here."

According to Bament, battery capacity, and pricing from Boston Power, are comparative with traditional LiON batteries... although in terms of price, Bament notes, "The vendor may get a premium, with the three year warrantee." (Showing that some computer vendors have studied with the airline industry school of pricing.)

I find it interesting -- and unlikely -- that, if these batteries work as claimed, only HP and Asus have jumped on the electric bandwagon. I'd expect, at minimum, Apple, Lenovo, Dell... well, everybody.

Bament's response: "We have publicly announced Asus and HP at this time."

IDC's O'Donnell's point regarding second-sourcing is a reasonable explanation. I think that if I were running Boston Power, I'd be doing my dangdest to license the heck out of the technology, if need be.

Fortunately and interestingly, the rest of us don't have to wait for the next round of deals. Sonata batteries are available for Lenovo, Dell, Toshiba and other notebooks, not to mention for digital cameras, camcorders, PDAs and more, through Battery-Company.

If you are looking for the best brand new Laptop Battery at the most preferred price, you have come to the right place. Weprovide the highest quality Laptop Batteries for the lowest price with the highest level of service, all in a secure and convenient platform. Our product range include replacement computer batteries for most major laptop brands, including Dell, Apple, Compaq/HP, IBM/Lenovo, Fujitsu, Gateway, Sony and Toshiba.

Sadly, I didn't see Green Series for the netbook or digital camera I wanted to try them with... but I'm tempted to get one for my five-year-old IBM ThinkPad, whose main and secondary batteries no longer hold much of a charge, to say the least.

Anyway, if these batteries really do what they say they do -- granted, it'll take three years to fully test the no-degredation claim, although a year or so will start to tell the tale -- mobile productivity and TCO has just gotten somewhat better.

Read the other related article>>
Frequently Asked Questions About Dell Laptop Battery
Top 4 secrets of battery runtime
Tips To Make Dell Battery Pack For A Optimal Time
Details of toshiba laptop battery
Laptop Adapter is The Most Important Accessory for your Laptop
Universal Laptop Battery Buying Tips
4 tips for Laptop Repair Issues
Cordless Drill Battery Charger Basics
Keep Your Dell Laptop Battery Running at Optimal Performance
10 tips to conserve iPad battery life
Is it Possible to Overuse Your Laptop AC Adapter
How to Use One AC Adapter If You Have Multiple Laptop Models
Advice For Prolonging Toshiba Laptop Battery Life
Recondition Your Laptop Battery
Troubleshooting a Dropped Digital Camera
Why Do Batteries Discharge More Quickly in Cold Weather?
Laptop Battery Life Lies
Buying a Laptop - 5 Things to Consider
DIY Laptop Repair - Tips and Advice
How to Save a Laptop from Liquid Damage
How Many Cells Are In A Laptop Battery
Battery and Electric, The Primary Cell
Maximizing iPod Battery Life
Cordless Drill Battery Performance in Hot and Cold Temperatures
About Laptop Batteries
Battery History
Cell Quantity in Battery Packs, Meaningless?
Why Can't I Find My Battery at a Local Store
Nature's Batteries
Traveling with Spare Batteries
About Rechargeable Batteries
Could blood be used to power batteries?
All the different ways to store energy besides using rechargeable batteries.
What Makes the Best Cordless Drill?
Advantages Of Camcorder Battery
What causes li-ion batteries to catch fire?
Keep Your Laptop Battery in Good Working Condition
The Secret to Getting the Most Out of Your Laptop's Battery
Introduction to How Lithium-ion Batteries Work
Inside a Lithium-ion Battery Pack and Cell
Lithium-ion Battery Life and Death
How to Maximize Cordless Drill Battery Performance?
Laptop Battery Maintenance Tips To Laptop Users
Hand by Hand teach you to Revive an 18V Drill Battery
How to Improve a Cordless Drill Battery
How to Rebuild Your Laptop Battery
5 Reasons To Own A Portable Laptop DC Adapter
Choosing the correct laptop adapter for your laptop
Paper Battery May Power Electronics In Clothing And Packaging Material
The Power Outside - External Laptop Battery Charger - Emergency Charger
Top 15 Ways to Extend Your Laptop's Battery Life