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No, you should NOT use a battery with different voltage. It may not fry your computer, but it will certainly not work/charge properly.
But it seems impossible, that two batteries of the same symbol have different voltages - one is 3-cell type (3x3.7V lithium cells) and the other is 4-cell (4x3.37V). This usually means, that the second battery will be physically larger (4 groups of cells instead of 3).
If your original battery reads 11.1V, then it's most probably the correct voltage - perhaps there's a typo on the website? Try to consult them so they double-check the specs of this battery.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
In fact, some laptops of ACER and DEll have a special design for supporting two voltages. Without doubt, your laptop is just the one which can bear two voltages. So, please don't worry about, you can use the 11.1v or 14.8 battery based on your convenience. battery-adapter.com sells both batteries, you can find their description through this link:
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