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    Default New: SANYO Ni-MH 2300 AA batteries

    The Ni-MH 2300 series is scheduled to go on sale in the Japanese market September 10, 2003 for 2,200 yen (maker's suggested price) for a 4-battery pack (HR-3UB-4BP) and 1,100 yen (maker's suggested price) for a 2-battery pack (HR-3UB-2BP). Along with a rapid charger set (N-M56S) compatible with Nickel Metal Hydride and Nickel Cadmium batteries, for 6,800 yen (maker's suggested price).

    More details here:
    http://www.sanyo.co.jp/koho/hypertex...-e/0710-e.html

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    aii... ni-mh batts are getting obsolete at an amazing rate...

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    new and better battery!?
    how is the performence compared to the current 2100 i wonder... and price difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chengsing
    new and better battery!?
    how is the performence compared to the current 2100 i wonder... and price difference.
    performance is ~9.5% better than 2100mAh
    press calculator can liao

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    I'll stick with my 2100 ones and wait for the 3000 ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by reno77
    I'll stick with my 2100 ones and wait for the 3000 ones
    hehheh, then you will have to sit out the 2400, the 2550, the 2700, the 2945.87645344 ones...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wacko
    hehheh, then you will have to sit out the 2400, the 2550, the 2700, the 2945.87645344 ones...
    Me too I intend to use mine for the next 1-1.5 years

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    I'm currently using Lenmar 2300mAhr cells in my flash (NiMH). I was laughing like an idiot when I saw how fast the "ready" light came on. It's been a month, and I've only charged them once so far.

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    Hehe, battery like Sanyo 2100 don't go obsolete. obsolete means u cannot use it anymore, outdated. I am sure you can still use old 1300mAh for your clock etc.

    Most Ni-MH has a rechargeable rate of approx 500 (1000 times with proper care and reconditioning). So, how long can you use your battery? It depends.

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    I'm still using my 2 year old Sanyo 1600mAh Ni-MHs ...
    Last edited by Adam Goi; 3rd September 2003 at 10:04 PM.

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    Is there any way I can hook a 12v car battery to my camera? Now that's power! A real MAN'S battery! Not like them puny AA's.

    BWAHAHAHAHA...!!!

    (Aiyah, frankly, I am still using my GP1800s. Not the greatest, but still can use.)
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    Well, those equipment freaks will be dying to sell off their 2100s to get this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikishots
    I'm currently using Lenmar 2300mAhr cells in my flash (NiMH). I was laughing like an idiot when I saw how fast the "ready" light came on. It's been a month, and I've only charged them once so far.
    i was amazed when my old "written-off" powerex 1800mahs' tahaning me for one full month or so in my VERY frequently used shaver....

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