Is there any CPF-member that could explain me this:
Can Rechargable AA or AAA batteries damage by using them in toys and electronic devices?
Many manuals of toys and electronics mention to only use "regular batteries" and not to use "rechargable batteries".
e.g. When I bought some kind of handheld gaming device named "PDC=Pocket Dream Console" which uses 3 AAA batteries. The manual states not to use rechargable batteries. Asking the store clerck about it, he said the game would be destroyed by it and recommend a power supply.
Is this a conspiracy to sell more batteries and power supllies, or is it true?
Is it with alle rechargables (NiCad, NiMH, ...?) or only with certain types?
Is Eneloop safe (newer type of NiMH)?