The BBC reports that a new brand of fuel cell technology due to hit retail shops in 2007 could make it possible for schools and other users of mobile laptop computers to run their machines all day, without the hassle and inconvenience of plugging in for a recharge. The first versions of the methanol-using battery packs reportedly should keep a laptop going for up to nine hours, the BBC said. ...
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