Eamex Extends Battery Life, Good News for Notebooks, Electric Cars

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minira4d

It's been a while since this news surfaced up and unfortunately, electric-powered have not yet considered by big car manufacturing companies. How much progress would it take to convince the world how e-cars would save our budget and our mother Earth? Never mind the oil companies btw.

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AudraMarcie

I hope that the Japanese company will successfully improve the life of the lithium-ion batteries. There are many drivers who wait for news of the electric car companies that could upgrade their vehicle. A friend of mine, who sells Mercedes Benz parts, has bought an electric car and he often complains that the battery's life is too short and something must be done to emend the current technology.

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what a wonderful new i have been read. This will helpful for many businessman who having rotine trips

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jinnie

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amuhindu

Eamex, a Japanese based company, has announced that they have developed a technology that extends the life of high-capacity lithium-ion batteries.The process still causes the tin to weaken, but the bonding between the tin particles will be maintained effectively, extending battery life.

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ninanina

But the car is even not comfortable for two, lol.. I like the idea of infusing the energy ourselves. Have never seen a live one, I just hope that it's not that tiny to take passengers.

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Stry8993

That car looks like a Go-Kart with a Canopy... imagine the safety rating on that... and now imagine that vs. a Semi...

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compro01

Imagine anything from a kei car to an escalade vs. a semi and you get roughly the same result.

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willis86

Look great with its mobility. I should be able to handle it easily with the maneuverability feature, lol. seems like the application can help for driving lesson too. Fox Rent A Car

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linkmaster6

Someone manage to piss in ur corn flakes there cupcake, while riding on ur high and mighty horse?

"To the foolish opponent injure reduce"

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Atomike

Sorry, but this is absolutely no different than the millions other battery claims. This article is based on what? The press releases of this company. That's it. No test unti in the Maximum PC lab. Nothing. Anyone want to bet me that we'll never hear from this company again? Of course, we will not.

Battery claims are like Maximum PC typos and mis-spellings. There are just too many to care about. And in the end, none of them will make any difference.

Unwarranted hype. Sad.

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blink18591

If you dont like Maximum PC so much, why dont you just leave instead of leaving negative messages?

 

And BTW, you mis-spelled "unit" in your first paragraph 

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Atomike

I'm not a professional publication. But if I did have a content-driven professional web site, I don't think I would confuse "there", "their" and "they're". I don't dislike MaxPC, but I just can't stand "professionals" who don't use english properly, and don't properly site sources. The fact that the site content creators make such REGULAR mistakes is what is so confusing, and baffling - at least to those who have studies journalism.

Okay? Fine.

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blink18591

Valid response lol

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