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Energizer to Unveil New Zinc Air Battery - Energizer have a new battery to power the world's future devices.

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Engergizer logoAll digital cameras need batteries and Energizer, a company who has made batteries for the last twenty years have created a battery which will allows our digital cameras to run for longer. Energizer say the new battery will offer original equipment Manufacturers (OEM) greater design flexibility, while providing greater run times and enabling smaller devices.

Engergizer will be showcasing the new Zinc Air Prismatic at the International Consumer Electronics Show to OEM designers who are looking for smaller, lighter and thinner devices.

The new battery will offer high energy density, will be thinner and will have up to three times more runtime compared to similar sized alkaline or lithium ion batteries.

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Just Jas
Just Jas  1225716 forum posts England1 Constructive Critique Points
12 Dec 2008 - 2:37 PM

Zinc-air batteries were around in 1970, used almost exclusively for military applications.

A range of 'throw away' zinc-air batteries, high performance low cost, were introduced by ESB Inc of Philadelphia in that year.

It will be interesting to see the Energiser versions when they appear.

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