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A battery-powered airplane

Panasonic, insistent on proving that its new oxyride batteries have been increased by 120% in terms of best price generic viagra online prescription efficiency and link for you best levitra prices longevity, decided to prove the batteries' buffness in a logical way -- by powering an airplane with them earlier this summer. 

With our recent obsession with batteries, we stopped our "batteries + anything" Google search long enough to admire the work of Panasonic and the Tokyo Institute of Technology.  

Hell-bent on showing off the batteries, the Tokyo Institute designed a glider plane that flew -- albeit, briefly -- on 100 of the oxyride batteries. While it's certainly not the "21st Century Wright Brothers" as they're already claiming, we'll certainly salute you with our battery-powered flashlight over our solar-panel charging monitor.
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written by Jean-Luc Picard, October 02, 2006
I hope these batteries will be avaliable in England soon. Any got an info!
Good Product
written by bandung, July 23, 2007
Panasonic is working well....
written by Suricou Raven, September 28, 2007
When discussing the environmental effects of batteries, the first and most important question is this: Can it be recharged?
written by re: ..., May 14, 2008
i dont know faget

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