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Old 06-23-2005, 10:19 AM   #1
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The most battery in a smaller size

The Washington Post is looking into the future of rechargeable batteries and has some promising things to say. If scientists are to be believed we can hope to see laptops using Intel battery technology to run eight straight hours without recharging. The bad news: not before 2008. Quote from PalmOne:

"Battery life is one of the most important things for our customers," said Raj Doshi, product line manager for handhelds at PalmOne Inc., which in April released the Tungsten E2 handheld, lighter and with double the battery life of the previous version. The new handheld is 4.7 ounces, compared with its five-ounce predecessor. "I tell the engineers I want the most battery in a smaller battery size," Doshi said, but that simple request requires huge technological advances.
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