NEW YORK -- A new alkaline battery, claiming to last 50% longer than anything now on the market and retailing at 20% more than traditional AA and AAA batteries, will be launched by Duracell, it was announced during a press conference here last week. lash cameras, camcorders, MiniDisc players, handheld televisions, radio-controlled toys, halogen flashlights, palmtop computers and personal digital assistants. Such high-tech devices currently account for 18% of the total AA- and AAA-size ...

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