HP has announced its new notebook battery designs, with blue book design team members in the spotlight for the first time.
The notebook battery is one of the latest features to make the rounds as HP tries to keep pace with Apple and other notebook makers that have made similar design decisions in recent years.
Blue Book was developed by HP’s battery design team, which has had a number of iterations with the goal of improving battery performance.
It was first unveiled at CES 2016.
In addition to the battery design, Blue Book has two new notebooks: the 13.3-inch Blue Book Pro and 13.5-inch ProBook, both of which feature a removable battery pack.
The Blue Book line of notebooks will be available in both the Blue Book 3 and Blue Book 5.
They will feature a 15-hour battery life and the ability to replace batteries, a feature that Apple has used to great effect with its MacBook Pro line.
The HP notebook notebook battery will be offered with an Intel Core i5-4570M processor, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and 16GB of RAM.
The notebook will also have up to 128GB of storage, as well as a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The battery pack is available for $3,995 and will come with two configurations: a 10-hour and an 8-hour life.
The 10-hr battery pack will cost $1,995, while the 8-hr will cost about $1.25 per hour.
Both notebooks have a 7-inch screen and a 13-inch display.
The 13.1-inch model has a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and the 14-inch version has a 1080p display.
HP will also offer the 13-hour version for $1 at launch, while both the 15- and 17-hour versions will be $1 less.
The two notebooks have an Intel i5 processor, 12GB of DDR4 RAM, and up to 512GB of flash storage.
The Blue Book series also comes with a variety of optional accessories, including an HDMI port, a keyboard dock, and a water-resistant case.
The notebooks will launch this spring, with prices starting at $1 million.