New Makita screwdriver/impact

FYI,
<http://www.makitauk.com/index.php?page6&catid &open#>
Picked one up at my local Ace store but it seems that they are mostly available in Europe. (Note the above link is Makita, UK; couldn't find it on USA Makita site).
It's technically an impact driver, but I use it to drive and remove difficult philips screws. 1/4" hex bit quick-release collar (lift up to unlock the bit).
It's quite nice, although 2000rpm (single-speed, not dual) is a bit fast to just drive in wall switch and receptacle screws.
7.2v, 1Ah Li-Ion batteries about the size of a medium-size bar of soap.
And the one I got is white! Well, kind of light gray, but not the Makita blue-green.
Soft case with 2 batteries, charger, bits, 1/8"twist drill.
US$100.
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Lots of these on the market now. Look at the selection in Amazon.com for an overview. Leaning towards the Bosch 12V for my next big project.
Joe
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Joe sez:

Search for TD020D and nothing comes up.
Here's the page for the screwdriver (Makita UK web site wouldn't show it before...) :
<http://www.makitauk.com/index.php?special=product_detail_popup&pid 64&catid >
This doesn't use the same old huge 7.2v NiCd batteries they've been using for decades. These are small 2-cell lithium packs.
Bosch makes good drills. I had the first 14.4 cordless and it lasted for years. Still have it.
Sparky
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