@lmorchard Put AAs in *all* the things.
(For that matter, I have a friend that converted her *e-cig* to use AAs in the most janky manner. Apparently Eneloops are low enough internal resistance that it actually worked OK.)
A slider would be right out, but a candybar… the RIM 850/950 were 0.9" thick with a AA behind the screen, and that was 1990s tech.
Really, I find the obsession with thinness in modern devices misguided anyway - make a chomnk of a device, nicely fill the hand, rather than have a slab that the hand has to contort to hold...
I thought I could replace it with the Gemini, but between android not being a great palmtop OS and the keys on the Gemini being super sensitive, I’ve gone back to the LX. I can type about twice as fast on it, and I’m using it as a dev environment.
I just need to rig up a pi 0w to the serial port, and get www/lx and a decent serial terminal program going.
@ajroach42 Er, 1993 actually
The iPhone Xs Max's battery is rated at 12.08 Wh, and that's pushing things to ridiculous levels - 3.80 V nominal (which probably means well over 4.30 V full charge). At a more sane 3.60 V nominal, 4.20 V full charge, you're looking at 11.44 Wh.
One standard Eneloop AA is 2.4 Wh at typical, 2.28 Wh at rated capacity.
Doesn't take many to get up to the low end of modern capacities.
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