Understand, it would make the D12 bigger and more expensive. Those future batteries won't come cheap. I'm just amazed that the D12 is only $285 with an opamp rolling kit. When the D10 first came out, it was $275.
They might even sell it less if you tell them to not include the "optical cable, USB cable, 3.5 to 3.5 interconnect, rubber feet, OPAMP rolling kit".
Edited by wuwhere - 9/25/10 at 10:51pm
Originally Posted by jamato8
I don't think there is room. If a high voltage batter where used, it would have been of lower mA's so the run time would have been pretty short. When the new super batteries come out some time in the future (nano tubes that will more than increase storage by 10 times for the same space) the storage will allow for a little battery of higher voltage to also have plenty of ampere reserve. Imagine a AAA with 10 amps of reserve.