, (PressExposure) September 03, 2008 -- Shopping-toys.com, an importer of electronics and toys from Hong Kong, where a lot of the electronics and toys you see on American shelves are made, today they announced their latest LENOVO laptop batteries for LENOVO ThinkPad X60, LENOVO ThinkPad R61 Series and LENOVO 3000 C200 8922, 3000 C200 Series with high 14.4V Volt and 4550mAh High Capacity, its battery numbers are 40Y831, 440Y8318, ASM 42T5209, FRU 42T5204, FRU 42T5206, FRU 42T5208, FRU 42T5251. Only sale: $135, much cheaper than $178 of Amzon , much "Users may not understand why our products have such strong price competition" professor Lu, Sales Manager of shopping-toys said , " The reason is that all our Lenovo Laptop Batteries are directly from factories in China, and these price is absolutely wholesale price !"
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Furthermore, Leslie also unveiled a wide range of just arrived 10 brands laptop batteries for your laptop, including Acer, Apple, Toshiba, Samsung, Lenovo, Asus, Dell, IBM, Sony, Fujitsu and More brands. For more details: [http://www.shopping-toys.com/laptop-batteries-c-29.html]
available at the online laptop batteries store. He reported: "We import these batteries directly and therefore, we can price our products very attractively. The customers get a wide assortment of models, starting from the low-priced ones to the high quality ones.
In order to increase the battery's storage capacity, the researchers of the company form a composite by mixing inactive materials with electrochemically active ones. Being inactive, the former doesn't incur any charge, and hence adds stability to the battery. With the composite in place, laptop batteries can reportedly be charged and discharged for 1,500 times, which is twice the other lithium-ion's usual lifespan. More importantly, this composite can store 20 to 30 percent more energy than today's version.
"Our goal is to provide our customers with the best products and the best services" professor Lu, Sales Manager of Shopping-toys.com said at lastâ.