Yes, they are NiHM so any NiHM charger will work. That being said, slow and smart chargers are better though. Fast chargers kill battery life because they cause a lot of heat (that's the same issue with laptop batteries also: heat kills the cells).
Like I was saying though, I think those Duracells are just rebranded eneloop anyway. I suppose, most batteries that claim to hold 80% charge for 12 months are.
Laptops use LiIon batteries, lithium batteries unlike NiHM don't need to be babied(actually fast charging won't hurt NiHM or NiCd batteries, but they will regularly need to be cycled if you fast charge them). Lithium batteries however do vary on quality, a regular one has from 300-600 cycles in it, a proper one will be balanced, so if you empty one cell and recharge, that won't count as a full cycle, as the next time it's used it'll use the next cell and not the one that was used, thus keeping all the cells at the same number of cycles. Today most laptops use Samsung cells with 900,1200 or the latest 1500-1600 cycles lithium ion batteries.