We've been hearing now for a few years that we'll one day be able to generic cialis site forgo the cheapest viagra in uk traditional batteries in our cameras, iPods, and cell phones, in favor of viagra canadian pharmacy fancy fuel cells, but finally the time has come.
MTI MicroFuel Cells has recently announced the development of prototype camera and viagra soft gel integrated cell phone and MP3 player fuel cells, which they showcased at the 4th International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo. Their camera cell, designed to be the size of a conventional grip-style power pack for DSLRs, will last twice as long as its litium-ion counterpart, allowing you to take between 2,800 and 4,000 pictures per "charge." No word on weight, but that's a lot of pictures!
What if you run out of juice? No problem, just open the fuel cell, pour in some methanol (which you'll obviously have on hand for the occasion), and you're instantly back in business. The introduction of this new technology can mean great things for the environment; we won't have so many bloody batteries being tossed out each year, we reduce the we choice viagra 30 mg amount of toxic metals and chemicals used in manufacturing and disposal, and quite frankly, since the majority of www.breinweb.nl batteries in small electronics go dead over time as they are not being used and must be replaced, it saves money. How can even a rechargeable battery that takes hours to juice up compare to the instant gratification of a fuel cell?
While still only prototypes, the company is tooling to mass produce the cells and promised to have the technology on the market in 2009. And while, at first glance, this seems like it would be greener than batteries, we're still going to follow link buy cialis online uk have to find a nice clean way to get all that methanol. Sounds to me like corn would be a good first place to look.
written by Tom, April 17, 2008
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