HP EliteBook 6930p, a 24-hour battery life laptop

Hewlett-Packard claims that the new EliteBook 6930p is able to operate continuously for 24 hours on a single battery charge. Berarti bisa di bawa ke hutan nich,… Although the consumers will get a rather different capablities from the laptop which is used in the test is, at least for now.
Agak berbeda sedikit juga masih bagus, mengingat general laptops are generally works for only 3 up to 7 hours only.
This EliteBook 6930p is equipped with high-end components including Intel solid-state hard drives (SSDs), a mercury-free LED display, and an optional ultra-capacity battery.

HP equippes the laptop with componets that by itself possible to make this product runs for 24 hours. HP says the Illumi-Lite LED display, by itself, boosts battery run time by up to four hours compared with traditional LCD displays, and the Intel SSD provides up to a 7 percent increase in battery life compared with traditional hard drives.

In addition to helping achieve outstanding battery life, Intel’s SSDs provide greater durability and reliability as well as faster system responsiveness. HP claims its benchmarks show overall performance boosts of up to 57 percent on industry benchmarks, and data transfer rates almost six times faster than traditional hard disks.

Sampai saat ini belum ada konfirmasi resmi dari mereka yang melakukan test independent terhadap kebenaran klaim HP atas kekuatan baterai laptop ini. Sebaiknya pernyataan pihak HP ini benar. Karena komponen yang di pakai pada unit yang di uji memang mahal. Misalnya the new SSDs, harganya is about 6 to 10 times more than regular hard drives. Kalau hasilnya ga bagus, ya di banting aja, hehe

Starting in October, you’ll be able to purchase an HP EliteBook with the new Intel high-performance SSDs, kalau uang anda lebih sich….

Di sadur dari CNet

By | Januari 30, 2019

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