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Panasonic's OxyRide runs on two AA batteries

Peter Rojas
November 26, 2004
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We can't tell what's more bizarre, that Panasonic went to trouble of building an ultralight vehicle called the OxyRide that can transport a single person over a kilometer on just two AA batteries, or that they the reason they made the thing in the first place was just to promote their new AA Digital Xtreme Power camera batteries.

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