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Sony announces new Lithium Ion batteries

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-09 12:00:26
Sony announces the new line-up of lithium ion batteries, with industry's highest level of energy density, responding to the needs for high capacity and large current in secondary batteries for mobile products. Shipment will start from December 2004 onwards. Accomplishment of higher capacities in secondary batteries continue to be required from the market, due to higher performance and enhanced features in mobile products such as note PCs, digital video cameras and mobile phones. At Sony, commercialization of the world's first high power density, small size, light weight and long life lithium ion battery was announced in 1991 and, in 1999, lithium ion polymer battery with flexibility in shape and enhanced safety was announced.


Charging around the world with Fujifilm

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-10 10:58:30
Fujifilm today introduces its Worldwide Travel Charger, a new electrical accessory that can be used anywhere in the world, making it perfect for adventurous travellers and photographers alike. The charger can be used again and again to help power batteries for a host of electrical equipment, from digital cameras to portable music devices to travel alarm clocks, which means it is not just economical but also environmentally friendly. The Fujifilm Worldwide Travel Charger has universal voltage, making it compatible with the mains electricity supply of every single country around the globe. Capable of taking all forms of AA and AAA batteries, the charger has a maximum charge time of just four hours, so you won't be kept waiting around either.


Panasonic batteries unveils new technology

Mark Peters : 2004-10-06 08:13:52
With the booming of digital photography, music and games, the need for more powerful batteries is also increasing. Panasonic Batteries launches the Digital Xtreme Power battery: a revolutionary type of battery that delivers higher power and lasts longer in high drain digital appliances: up to 2 times longer than traditional alkaline batteries in a digital camera. The new and unique intelligent power supply has especially been developed for high drain digital and other power-demanding electronic appliances. With this ground-breaking battery, Panasonic Batteries responds to the increasing demand for small and lightweight power sources that can combine high power with a longer lifetime.


DigiPower debuts Ultra Fast Rapid Charger

Mark Peters : 2004-01-16 18:01:10
DigiPower, the pioneer in digital camera accessories, today announced the debut of the Ultra Fast Rapid Charger, a groundbreaking way to reduce operating costs for owners of digital cameras and camcorders. Combining speed, versatility, convenience, and low price, the Ultra Fast Rapid Charger allows camera users to use cost-effective, Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries without the hours-long wait typically required for recharging. The Ultra Fast Rapid Charger’s universal folding plug design also adapts to outlets in most countries worldwide, enabling international travelers to forego cumbersome and antiquated wall plug adapter kits. Most standard disposable batteries for digital cameras fail after just a few dozen shots.






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