The race for all day computing is getting a little longer and personal as HP responds to Dell’s 19-hour battery life claim. According to their official 24-hour battery life website, HP has publicly proclaimed itself champion of achieving all-day computing. HP, the only top notebook manufacturer to not have a battery recall in 2006 and 2007, proudly claims that their EliteBook 6930p outlasts the Latitude E6400 by up to five hours.
HP will offer the EliteBook 6930p this fall as a special configuration including an 80 GB SSD, LED Display, and Ultra Capacity Battery for $1,816. The original power source is actually a 6 cell battery and the additional Ultra Capacity Battery provides enough juice to keep at it for a full 24 hours. HP has also included a handy chart that compares the 6930p with standard HD, 6930p with SSD, and E6400 with SSD. Another chart shows all of the battery life options of HP’s business series notebooks.
Click here to read about the HP EliteBook 6930p and HP’s batteries.
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