I have this nifty little thing called a Rio, which stores MP3s on it(you plug it into the computer and upload stuph). On the little display, it tells you various info, such as what track you’re on, or whatever.
Anyway, one of the little things shows how much battery power is left in. I noticed while I had a duracell in, it drained like most batteries should. But when I plopped in an energizer battery- Interesting stuff occured. The battery drained reeeeal slow, and if you left the machine off for long enough(several hours), the display would tell you the batteries had as much juice in 'em as when they STARTED. Due to this, the battery lasted 2 months.
now, I’m wondering. I think energizer has done this before in other things, but I can’t be for certain(they don’t have battery power displays). Does anyone know whether it’s the Energizer battery itself(the bunny alone tells you it’s better than duracell), or the piece of equipment? (Diamond Rio)