Photos: Fuel cells for music players

Photos: Fuel cells for music players

Summary: Toshiba's fuel cell for portable music players runs on methanol and adds as much as 60 hours of playing time to a flash memory or a hard disk drive music player. Toshiba said it expects the cells to be ready for sale by 2007.

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  • Fuel cells for music players

    Toshiba's fuel cell for portable music players runs on methanol and adds as much as 60 hours of playing time to a flash memory or a hard disk drive music player. Toshiba said it expects the cells to be ready for sale by 2007.

  • Fuel cells for music players

    If you want to crank more tunes out of your iPod, you might need a battery booster. This one, called Cellboost, connects with the 30-pin iPod and iPod Mini for an additional eight hours of playing time.

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