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You wont be having children after you use that on your lap. I see at least 5 fans on there - how many does it need?
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One of these days Lithium will be replaced by.. Uber Lithium.. And it'll be way better!! Yes 12 hours of mad lappy gaming madness .
I think in your sentence above you misspelled anti-matter batteries, I think it came out as "Uber Lithium" or something but in all seriousness an anti-matter battery would be so sweet, all you'd need would be a few microns of say....Hydrogen and a few microns of antiHydrogen and they would create enough energy to last an entire continent for months, let alone your pathetic laptop, then you could sell the extra energy back to your local power grid....by which I mean China, the modern world's free market and home to anything cheap and/or black market.
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I cant believe this? Why? I swear, this has to be one of the worst ideas....this better not actually make it to market.
    
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Do you know exactly what these ''battery pads'' are called because I want one.

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These machines are considered desktop replacements. They have graphical modes that save power when not in 3D use. I would hazard a guess that anyone gaming will do so connected to a proprietary power source.

There is also however, a laptop battery unit that can power one of these systems for over eight hours disconnected to any proprietary power source. It is a laptop battery pad that lies on the lap and also shields the user from the heat output of the system.

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I dont think its meant to be put on your lap. Its basically a portable desktop. You fold it up and take it with you and then you put it on a desk and plug it in. Just like a desktop except you can travel with it.
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NVIDIA Extends Revolutionary SLI Technology to the Notebook Segment - NVIDIA Corporation

NVIDIA SLI for Notebooks

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One of these days Lithium will be replaced by.. Uber Lithium.. And it'll be way better!! Yes 12 hours of mad lappy gaming madness .
Even though I mainly use my Laptop plugged in; it would help to have newer energy storage technologies.

I've heard of plans to develop laptops with fuel cells in them running off of methanol or propane/butane. Then there are microturbine generators in the works as well (Think of a very tiny jet engine spinning a generator)

I remember Toshiba once made a laptop that was water cooled. That was back in the 500mhz P !!! days though. Hitachi currently makes a water cooled laptop; I might expect SLI equipped laptops to have some sort of advance heat dissipation like that.
    
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Even though I mainly use my Laptop plugged in; it would help to have newer energy storage technologies.

I've heard of plans to develop laptops with fuel cells in them running off of methanol or propane/butane. Then there are microturbine generators in the works as well (Think of a very tiny jet engine spinning a generator)

I remember Toshiba once made a laptop that was water cooled. That was back in the 500mhz P !!! days though. Hitachi currently makes a water cooled laptop; I might expect SLI equipped laptops to have some sort of advance heat dissipation like that.
Jet engine make a lot of heat.... I already hear that the heat from a labtop can damage someone reproductive organs... ROFL
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