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Sure, watching a wee remote controlled, all electric vehicle hit nearly 200 miles-per-hour is quite impressive, but moving a vehicle large enough to stuff a moderately sized human into with just AA cells is, well, world record worthy. Reportedly, the newly revamped Oxyride managed to maintain an ave

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August 6, 2007 at 2:22PM
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Panasonic's Oxyride-powered glider took to the air for the first time this weekend, with Panny's blogger declaring only that "it flew temporarily." While this publicity stunt/college engineering project isn't going to revolutionize transportation or aviation (despite Panasonic's tagline t

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Panasonic has bumped up the power of its Oxyride batteries, claiming the new version is 120% more efficient than the original model. And to prove it, Panny has decided to launch an airplane powered by 100 AA Oxyride batteries (you might recall that the original Oxyride was heralded by a battery-pow

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