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rechargeable battery

[rē′chär·jə·bəl′bad·ə·rē]
(electricity)
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Good point-of-sale is critical so consumers know that it's easy to make rechargeables a first-choice purchase without any need to compromise.
In a side-by-side comparison, Duracell Pre- Charged Rechargeables are shown to hold a charge for up to a year and to be capable of recharging hundreds of times in as little as 15 minutes.
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More than 350 million rechargeable batteries are purchased every year in the U.
Showcasing leadership in consumer innovation, Energizer took honors in the Portable Power category of the International CES Innovations 2007 Design and Engineering Awards competition with two newly-released Rechargeable products:
Unlike the BA-5800 that might explode, the rechargeable Ni-cad can be left in the PLGR when external power is used.
New Technology Combines Convenience of Alkaline and Economic, Environmental Benefits of Rechargeable Batteries
There's a real public perception that rechargeables are only for specialists, professionals and geeky types obsessed with complicated electronics.
Rechargeable batteries power an ever-growing list of cordless electronics products, including cellular and cordless phones, digital cameras, laptop computers, portable DVD and CD players, PDAs and cordless power tools.
That has allowed us to make C- and D-sized rechargeables that can power portable stereos, flashlights and virtually any consumer product.