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- adj. able to be recharged, especially of a battery that can be recharged from mains electricity via a charger
- n. A device that may be recharged
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being recharged
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A built-in rechargeable battery that delivers up to two hours of use is included.
A built-in rechargeable battery gives 2 hours of use.
A built-in rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery (included) powers the printer.
After the alert was released, a spokesman for the main rechargeable-battery association said the recommendations were consistent with industry's support for standard international regulations and increased FAA enforcement of existing rules.
I totally invested in rechargeable batteries and they have been rel great. only do I not have to worry about buying batteries, I don't ave to pay another cent again.
Featuring an LED light, USB charging plug-in, and emergency work list, the EM 1000 comes in rechargeable ($69.99) and AA-battery-operated ($59.99) models.
Coleman do a couple of long-term rechargeable lanterns - I've got one plugged in under my desk right now - with the power-off, light-on function.
The built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 25 hours of audio playback, says Creative, or up to 5 hours of video.
The upcoming D-snap players for Panasonic look a litle more interesting than their other players, mostly due to a very long 45-hour battery life from its built-in rechargeable battery.
Scheduled for release this month at $500. 00USD with 200+ audio books preloaded ($300 without), features include 20GB storage, re-programmable firmware that supports MP3 and WMA, 8 minute anti-shock protection, USB2, up to 10 hours playback with built-in rechargeable L-I battery and up to 18 hours with external battery box.
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