Hybrid cars are making waves with automobile manufacturers. Now Sanyo and IBM hope that technology will do the same for laptop computers.
The two companies have put together a prototype of a current generation Thinkpad that instead of a battery uses a fuel cell. Because it uses a current generation internal power technology, the laptop works with both a fuel cell and a regular power cord.
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