I have some AAA and AA 1.5v Lithium-Ion cells from EBL, the red ones that take their special charger. They seem to be extremely popular, their US warehouse can't keep them in stock. I had to put in an order and wait on the next boat from China.
I've been using them in Olight i3UV, i3E, i3T, i5T, and i5T Plus lights. The i5T Plus uses two AA. The i5T uses one AA. The i3's use one AAA. All of these lights have dual brightness, click on and it's on low, click off then quickly back on and it's on high. Or push just enough to make it flash low, release then click on high, or second press just until it comes on for not latching it on high.
The i3E is a simple twist on/off, single brightness. My i3UV is the original design, my i3E is the revised design with dual o-rings to prevent it unscrewing and falling apart or tightening and turning on in pockets.
These EBL cells have a dim white LED in the top end that's on when charging. On the i3E when it needs charged it flashes. I don't know if that's a property of the light or the EBL cell.
I have one pair of AA eneloop. Got them in a cordless mouse I picked up at a thrift store. I use one in an i5R and the other in my Elecom EX-G trackball.
Left handers looking for a left handed thumb trackball may be interested to know Elecom has a perfect mirror image of their EX-G. They have three finger buttons, forward/back buttons for the index finger, high/low DPI switch just behind the scroll wheel, which is also a button and sideways click. They also have a left handed CAD mouse.