Panasonic develops very narrow cylindrical lithium-ion batteries for wearables

Energy storage powerhouse Panasonic has introduced a small lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery for wearable applications like glasses and fitness trackers. Although the company is ambitiously marketing it as a "pin shape" battery, the unit is actually just a very small cylindrical cell using a stainless...

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