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Energy Storage Battery offers 30-second charge time
Posted by on 2014-04-08 20:49:12
contributed by gfoat

An Israeli start-up called StoreDot has been reported to have displayed a device made of biological structures at Microsoft's Think Next Conference that can charge a smartphone from a dead battery state to full power in under 30 seconds. StoreDotís technology can be applied in batteries for mobile devices, providing a sustainable solution that can replace lithium-ion batteries. Due to the size of StoreDot nanodots, the electrode capacitance is increased, resulting in next generation batteries that can be fully charged in minutes rather than hours. For more information see BBC News.



 
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