02 Mar '16, 5pm

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GB Patent Number : GB2494187 Granted to: PAG Limited I must admit that I am slightly puzzled by the patent, which I have chosen to write about this month, as I will explain below. Hopefully, one of you will be able to enlighten me. PAG Limited 's GB patent, which was granted on 17 February 2016, deals with the daily challenge of powering portable devices. As explained on its first page: "There is a growing need for higher capacity battery technology, particularly for powering increasingly complex electrical devices, as well as for powering larger devices conventionally powered by other energy sources, such as fuel. For instance, High Definition and Very High Definition cameras and other such equipment require much more power than older Standard Definition cameras. Similarly, there is a desire and need to power vehicles from an electrical source rather than using fossil fue...

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