It appears as if Lego has a new recharable battery with 2100mAh of power compared with the original 1400 mAh At the first site for team registration, products page there is a battery charger and battery listed this way --- NEW BATTERY --- Rechargeable AC Battery * US 979798 * $54.95 USD Description: This battery is for robots purchased prior to the Body Forward season. And there is a charger listed the same way. The lego Education Store lists this original batter this way This rechargeable lithium battery is designed for use with the NXT Intelligent Brick. The battery features 1400 mAh of power and an A/C plug for direct power supply. The battery will charge from 0 to full in a maximum of four hours. Use the 979833 AC Adapter to charge the battery (sold separately). --- ORIGINAL BATTERY --- Then there is another battery and charger listed this way Rechargeable DC Battery * US 979693 * $54.95 USD The above one is a NEW Battery that the Lego Education Store describes this way Designed for use with the NXT Intelligent Brick, this lithium ion polymer battery with DC plug gives you an alternative to normal AA batteries. The battery features 2100 mAh of power and uses the Transformer 10V DC (778887) to charge. Estimated recharge time: 4-5 hours. Is not compatible with the AC Charger (979833). The description on the FIRST site leads us to believe that the new battery can't be used with the older NXT bricks. But the Lego Education site just explains that the chargers have to be matched up. Does anyone have any additional information on these batteries? Thanks --- Eric F. Palmer [log in to unmask] -- To UNSUBSCRIBE or CHANGE your settings, please visit https://listserv.jmu.edu/archives/vadcfll-l.html and select "Join or leave the list". -- VADCFLL administrative announcements are sent via VADCFLL-ADMIN-L. Visit https://listserv.jmu.edu/archives/vadcfll-admin-l.html to subscribe.