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Wearable Electronics Driving Battery Revenue Growth

3/25/2014 06:05 PM EDT
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daleste   3/25/2014 8:59:54 PM
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I am looking forward to getting a fitbit bracelet.  I hope to lose some of my belly with a device that will encourage me to move more.  I can see how the demand of small rechargeable batteries will grow over the next few years for wearable electronics.  We all want more of these devices.

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