gizmag Article: Motorola invests in Micro Fuel Cell Power Source for Mobile Products
gizmag Article: Motorola invests in Micro Fuel Cell Power Source for Mobile Products: "November 9, 2005 Motorola has made a strategic investment in North American micro fuel cell developer Tekion with a view to the inevitable rise of the fuel cell as a power source for mobile products. Tekion is driven by the mission to take mobile devices 'off the grid'. By integrating advanced battery technology with micro fuel cell technology, Tekion is creating a new 'personal power source', known as the Formira Power Pack, that will fit inside mobile products and enable consumers to stay connected for as long as needed. Tekion's technology provides a competitive advantage for portable electronic products in the power range of milliwatts to 50 watts and energy range of 10 to 100 watt-hours. Several products and markets fall within these power and energy levels including: industrial handheld computers, satellite communication devices, notebook PCs, and other mobile products.