Best notebooks for the HP 7100, the most powerful laptop of all time, were revealed on Thursday by the National Geographic Society.
The HP 7102, the seventh-generation laptop, has been the world’s most successful laptop ever, but the 710, which debuted in 2013, has proven its worth even more.
And with the release of the HP7100, HP has officially moved the needle on battery technology.
The 710 packs in 1,900 mAh (2,000 Wh) of power, which is just a few percent more than the 7100’s 1,400 mAh battery.
HP also added a new 13-watt, 8-wackage, 10-cell battery pack.
The new battery, which can charge the HP10, will last for 10 hours and 40 minutes of daily use.
HP didn’t mention when or where you’ll be able to order the battery, but you can expect it to ship in October.
The HP 7104, the HP7050, and HP7060 were all announced at CES this year, and the HP8000, which was announced in September, is the first of a new family of laptops with HP’s TouchWiz UI and touch controls.
The battery is now in the HP8050.
If you’re still a fan of the 7102 and the 7200, you’ll probably want to get a new laptop.
But if you want a great-looking, long-lasting laptop that can last for years, check out the HP 8000.