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Well, it looks like HP is no longer your only option to get Boston-Power's "game-changing" Sonata batteries -- ASUS has just announced that it will be offering the long-life lithium-ion batteries as standard equipment on its new B series laptops. Those come in both 14.1-inch and 15.6-inch versions...

August 9th 2010 at 8:52pm 0 Comments
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The deal has been done for a while, but today's the first day that Boston-Power's much-vaunted Sonata batteries are actually available from HP, where they're now officially known as the HP Enviro Series batteries. Helping them earn that moniker is a promised "sustainable performance" for a full thr...

March 16th 2009 at 6:52pm 0 Comments
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It's not exactly much of a surprise given that HP has already shown some considerable interest in the company, but Boston-Power has now finally officially announced that HP will be the first laptop manufacturer to offer its long-lasting (and less explosion-prone) Sonata batteries, which HP will sel...

December 10th 2008 at 12:55pm 0 Comments
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It's been a little while since we last heard from the folks at Boston-Power, who've been touting their better, safer laptop batteries for over a year now, but it looks like they've been doing anything but resting on their laurels, and they now seem set to step up their game in a big way. Helping in...

January 3rd 2008 at 1:56pm 0 Comments
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Following through on its promise, upstart Boston-Power has taken the wraps off its much-hyped laptop battery, now officially known as "Sonata," showing off the new-and-improved lithium-ion technology at the DEMO 07 conference that's rolled into Palm Desert, California this week. The company's also t...

January 30th 2007 at 7:56pm 0 Comments
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Startup tech company Boston-Power seems to think it has a solution to the many woes plaguing lithium-ion batteries, emerging from stealth mode today (otherwise known as issuing a press release) to announce that it's raised more than $8 million in Series A financing. Not surprisingly, they're keeping...

November 7th 2006 at 4:17am 0 Comments