Batteries seem to fall into that gray area of our scope and is both on and off topic, depending on the type of battery needed.
Off Topic Batteries
Commodity batteries, the batteries in everything, are off topic. There is virtually no difference between a Duracell or an Energizer AA battery. These are a necessary evil to the modern world and recommending one versus the other is pointless.
On Topic Batteries
There are batteries that are on topic though. Batteries are a component of laptops, tablets, phones, etc. Without them, the device doesn't work (much like a power supply). There are often differences between batteries that are big enough to be meaningful - 6 cell versus 9 cell, is one example. Users can have battery requirements (needs to last 8 hours versus the device is always plugged in and needs to be able to handle being moved across the room). Additionally, one laptop battery doesn't fit into every laptop. They are specialized to a narrow variety of devices. These types of batteries also communicate with the device they are powering to indicate charge level and in some cases this information can be accessed directly by an advanced user with programming skills.
Batteries that are anything beyond the commodity batteries seem to be on topic.
For this specific question, with a few adjustments, I think this can be on topic. A battery for an Ultrabook is pretty narrow in scope.