HP Offers New "Green" Notebook Batteries

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I think the "green" that they were talking is about the efficiency and lifespan of the battery.
If that battery can deliver results as promised above, well i'm all for it. Mass produce it so it would bring costs down.
 
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you'll probably find them $80 or less on the grey market soon!
 
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I still have my 12 cell laptop bought 3 years ago, and it's running strong (I can account for 0 lithium batteries I've put in a landfill). I would buy these batteries though. Half recharge time is a big improvement IMHO (though my laptop power supply would get exceedingly hot/I would need a higher capacity supply). I wish public education included a class about modern technology, such as recycling batteries and other things. I think people would make better choices about the environment and life in general if they knew how.
 
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Does anyone know how they achieved this result ?
When I see a producer making such claims without any detail or explanation I become very suspicious
 
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