Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 5 Jan 2018.
What a clickbaity title. HP recalled laptop batteries that were sold over a span of two years, but they certainly didn't recall "two years' worth of batteries".
The four ProBook and the Envy models have user-replaceable batteries.
Most of the others have replaceable batteries - they aren't glued in à la Mac, they're just fastened with a couple of screws and sometimes a plug.
My intention is never to clickbait: it's merely a shortened version of "HP recalls two years' worth of batteries for selected laptops," which was too long. Apologies if the brevity has resulted in confusion!
I've actually got a query in with HP to find out exactly how many batteries are affected (either as an absolute number or a percentage of batteries sold over that period), but haven't heard back.
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