Company Touts Fuel Cell for Cell Phone

November 21, 2002 [] Medis Technologies announced that it has achieved the technical level in its fuel cell performance to provide continuous power for its first planned commercial product – a Power Pack to provide uninterrupted power to users of cell phones, PDA’s and certain hand-held electronic devices. The fuel cell demonstrated sufficient power to enable a laboratory tested Power Pack unit to operate the phone while at the same time fully charging a totally discharged battery, said the company. The size of the Power Pack for the cell phone is planned to be about two-thirds the size and one-half the weight of a cell phone and can be carried by the consumer either attached to the back of the phone or separately in a pocket, briefcase or handbag.
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