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HP envy 6 1002tx battery replacement option?

HP envy 6 1002tx
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

I would like to replace my 4 cell Li-Ion battery with more cell (6 cell or 8 cell) battery, if possible.

Can anyone tell me the detail of the battery, for example 65Wh or anything that can be helpful. Also, can you tell me where I can buy original battery of longer duration for my Hp envy 6 1002tx in the USA, please. If it is possible to order online. Thank You. 

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HP envy 6 1002tx battery replacement option?

Dear Customer,

 

Here is the battery details: 4-cell, 60WHr 4.1AH Li-ion battery -681951-001

Unit has only been tested with 4 Cell Battery

 

You can order the part from HP parts store using the link below. Or purchase the part from any local computer store.

 Link:  https://parts.hp.com/hpparts/default.aspx

 

Try this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Genuine-HP-Envy-SleekBook-6-6-1000-Battery-EG04XL-681951-001-/1816657974...

 

https://www.amazon.com/Original-HP-Sleekbook-681951-001-EG04XL/dp/B00BMKEMOM

 

 

 

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