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Topic # 56871 27-Jan-2010 10:07
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Hey,

A couple of friends got the $288 Hp's from HN in the boxing day sale (HP 110-1111TU).  They really like them, but would prefer longer lasting batteries.  I was wondering if you kind folks could help me with 2 things:

1.) What size (mWhr) batteries can these support ?(current is 28)
2.)  Where is a good place to get them from?

Oh, and if you work for a place that sells them by all means recommedn yourself, just state you are associated with them!

Cheers.

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  Reply # 294302 29-Jan-2010 12:07
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laptopbattey.co.nz is usually pretty good, no association with them.



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  Reply # 294311 29-Jan-2010 12:29
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lxsw20: laptopbattey.co.nz is usually pretty good, no association with them.


Thanks for that, have sent them an email

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 300483 20-Feb-2010 09:15
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Well, been ages and still no reply. Anyone have another suggestion?

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  Reply # 300484 20-Feb-2010 09:19
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  Reply # 300488 20-Feb-2010 09:52
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Thanks. Will contact them shortly

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