The ion blaster has a lot of potential for your medical and recreational use, but its battery life is limited.
A new patent filed by Philips Electronics suggests that the company is working on a rechargeable battery that could potentially power devices for years and possibly beyond.
According to the patent, a battery with lithium-ion technology could power the device’s electronic dart board or other medical applications.
The patent, which was first spotted by Mediapart, describes a battery for a device that includes a rechargeably formed electrode and a cathode with a lithium- ion material that can be separated by electrostatic force.
The battery has a capacity of between 5.6 and 10.6 volts, and the electrodes could be as large as 2.3 to 2.7 millimeters.
While it’s hard to know what the actual battery might be like, it could still be used for the battery in a battery pack, which can be used to charge devices that are not portable, or used to power portable devices that aren’t portable.
Philips would like to build battery packs that can charge batteries that are large enough to fit in your pocket.
For example, Philips could use a lithium ion battery pack for the electronic dartboard.
If the battery is large enough, it might also be used in a portable battery pack.
The rechargeable batteries could then be used as the batteries in portable devices.
The patent also suggests a rechargeability solution for the device that could use lithium-air batteries.
A lithium-in-air battery would have a capacity between 2.6 to 2