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Matsushita, Intel to Co-develop Technology to Extend Laptop Life Using Next-Generation Battery.

Tokyo, Japan, Aug 26, 2005 - (JCNN) - Matsushita Battery Industrial abd Intel Corporation reached an agreement to co-develop a technology to extend the life of laptop batteries on August 24.

The companies will combine Matsushita's expertise in development of next-generation high-capacity lithium-ion batteries and Intel's mobile platform technology.

Matsushita Battery has been developing a next-generation lithium-ion battery that will enable all day computing. The company plans to release a 2.9Ah battery, about 30% higher in capacity than today's mainstream batteries, in April 2006.

The next-generation lithium-ion battery is expected to be applicable to cellular phones and digital cameras as well.

Source: JCN http://www.japancorp.net

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