It looks like we would work much longer with our mobile devices and only need to recharge the battery less frequently using a new power source developed by Toshiba. At least for the beginning Toshiba Corp will release mobile devices incorporating direct methanol fuel cells by March 2009. The prototype exhibited this time is based on an au-branded handset, the W55T, and it used a direct methanol fuel cell. The methanol fuel is charged with a dedicated cartridge. The cartridge can store 50ml of 99.5% methanol, which is enough to charge the mobile phone about 10 times. The company intends to incorporate fuel cells into digital cameras, laptops, etc. The company will use a single type of cartridge to charge various kinds of products equipped with the fuel cell.