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eneloop

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Sanyo's eneloop battery goes lite

Sanyo's taking its eco-friendly but bacteria-combative eneloop dry cell down a peg.

By March 10, 2010

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Eneloop battery wand powers devices on the go

Sanyo is introducing the Eneloop Stick Booster, which can recharge mobile devices on the go via a USB connection. It goes on sale December 1 in Japan.

By November 12, 2009

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Sanyo's Eneloop Lamp: The flashlight that heals?

Experimentation with LED lights continues, as Sanyo announces a lamp that can also be used as an emergency flashlight--and a "healing" light.

By July 1, 2009

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Sexiest AA batteries ever

Sanyo XX batteries offer good looks, low discharge, and high capacity for demanding electronics.

By June 30, 2011

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Sanyo gives portable power to guitarists

Who needs a $150 rechargeable battery? Guitarists. Sanyo expands their Eneloop premium rechargeable battery line with Pedal Juice, a power supply made just for guitar pedals.

By October 13, 2010

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Sanyo solar-panel parking lots open for business

Sanyo has completed installation of parking lots in Tokyo for 100 of its eneloop electric bicycles. The lots will use solar power to recharge the bikes.

By March 16, 2010

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Lithium or hydrogen bike? Choose your steed

Sanyo's new eneloop hybrid bicycle recharges while it's being pedaled; Iwatani showed off a fuel cell bike that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell stack.

By March 11, 2010

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Reports: Panasonic battery to power homes for one week

Panasonic is planning to market a home-use storage cell that will supposedly hold enough juice to power a typical Japanese home for one week, according to reports.

By December 27, 2009

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USB solar panels charge cell phones on the go

Sanyo's new Eneloop Portable Solar USB solar panels can charge your cellphone and other mobile devices. They're fairly compact and easily portable as well.

By August 5, 2009

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Solar uptake for cell phones still 'limited'

Performance and price issues mean that solar-charging tech won't replace batteries anytime soon for portable devices, market researcher Gartner says.

By August 18, 2009