...no. Here's why: the USB ports on laptops function to dispense power to other devices and peripherals, which is why you can charge your iPad, iPod, and other devices by simply plugging them in. This means that any battery pack or power solution meant for your laptop needs to be plugged into the power port. Macs have a patented MagSafe connector which complicates matters further, as the chargers tend to be more expensive than for PCs.It's one of the reasons why hacking batteries can get quite complicated. Naturally, all manufacturers have their own type of charger, so whenever you start messing around with one, you should get the right model for your specific laptop, as some notebooks will different voltage and amperage. You wouldn't want to blow your laptop by plugging in the wrong kind of power. how complicated it is to plug in a Hypermac external battery to a MacBook. You'll need a MagSafe Airline adapter to plug into Hypermac's Auto/Airline adapter. Some external batteries work for a number of brands. This one works for IBM, Sony, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Hitachi, Fujitsy, Asus, and Sharp laptops. It's also got a USB port for devices that need to be charged this way.
So if you're planning on using your old laptop batteries to cobble together an external battery of some kind for your laptop, make sure you've got the right type of ports and connectors specific to your own laptop.