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Jadoo Power to Introduce Fuel Cell Products for Prosumers at CES
Jadoo NABII Fuel Cells for Hobbyists, Mobile Responders, Law Enforcement
and other "Off-Grid" Critical Power Situations

FOLSOM, CA – December 29, 2005 -- Jadoo Power Systems Inc. (http://www.jadoopower.com), the leading supplier of portable fuel cell power systems, announced today that it will be introducing its line of fuel cell products for prosumers at next week’s ShowStoppers event at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2006 in Las Vegas.

Primarily shipping to the professional broadcasting market for the past two years, Jadoo Power will introduce the NABII power unit, N-Stor fuel canister and FillPoint refill station for a variety of new applications, including field-ready laptops, emergency response radios and other equipment used in "off-grid" power situations, as well as professional broadcast cameras.

Advantages of the NABII fuel cell technology:

Virtually infinite shelf-life compared to batteries

Hot-Swap capable, so power never goes down like when replacing batteries

Rapid refill/recharge time with the FillPoint

Patented digital interface for State-of-Fill and other fuel management data

Packaged in an easy-to-understand, easy-to-use solution.

"Commercialization has been priority number one for Jadoo and we are excited about bringing our tried and true technology to these new prosumer markets," said Jack Peterson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Jadoo Power. "It is clear to Jadoo that the applications for a durable, reliable ‘off-grid’ fuel cell power source are many. That is why we are introducing the NABII, N-Stor fuel canister and FillPoint refill station to the prosumer electronics market here at CES."


    N-Stor                                                        FillPoint

About Jadoo Power Systems
Jadoo Power Systems, Inc. is a market-focused company that develops and sells next-generation, portable energy storage and power generation products. Jadoo is financed by Mohr Davidow Ventures, Venrock Associates and Sinclair Ventures, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.


SOURCE:  Jadoo Power Systems

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