14 hour fuel cell for laptops

Subject: Mobile | March 9, 2006 - 05:13 PM |
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CNET reports on a new product to help those with an on the go lifestyle.  The UltraCell will last you for a cross Pacific flight, as they are expecting about 14 hours worth of power.  This may be the first Fuel Cell application for PC's, and probably not the first.

"A start-up called UltraCell is showing a 2.2-pound fuel cell prototype at the Intel Developer

Forum that can power a laptop computer for 14 hours.


Production models will be available in 2007 and cost less than $500, William Hill, vice president

of marketing at the 50-person Livermore, Calif.-based company, said in an interview Wednesday at

the chipmaker's twice-annual show here. "


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