I have an ancient Craftsman corded drill. Haven't used it in years.
I have 3 or 4 old corded drills. The only one I bought was a cheap B&D in 1976 or 76, still works, still use it regularly. The others were given to me, and all way over 20 years - were old when given to me - and all still work, and are still used, regularly.
At this moment there are no plans for cordless woodworking tools of any kind, unless they are hand powered - got two eggbeater drills, and a nice brace and bit; besides the handsaws, an old Craftsman mitre saw that looks almost new, and various other hand tools.
And, as so often happens, there is a however. At times a CNC shop makes available free plywood sheets, that they have CNCd material out of. Plenty of wood sized to do a number of my projects. Here's the however. However, they will load anything less than a pallet load, anything less you load yourself. Got no way of carrying that much at once. So, if, and when, some comes available my only recourse is to cut some sheets up, and load those pieces. Which means either a handsaw (don't think I could hack that much use of one at one time), or a battery powered saw. I'll just have to wait and see if the wood pops up again.