1.1kWh per day != 1100 W per day. You can't just cut off that pesky "hours" part of the unit.
If you're classifying anything greater than 5 ounces as a brick, then you're probably taking a huge risk by exerting whatever force is necessary to get your words onto my screen, whether that's typing or moving your jaw for a speech-to-text program.
Sounds like you'd be better off if the companies would ditch the "thinner is better" idiocy and put some decently hefty batteries in the things. My LG G2x gets a week of standby time with the extended battery I bought, and I will never purchase a device without an easily replaceable battery (as in just under the back cover, so all I have to do is get a bigger battery and fatter cover). I don't give a damn about wireless charging if the charge won't last more than a day in the first place.
If you have no idea what the numbers mean, then perhaps you should leave analysis of the numbers to someone with the requisite basic computer hardware knowledge. This isn't challenging stuff. Perhaps you'd be best just leaving the computer alone completely. Really, what are you doing on the internet?