This is too real to be untrue…
and it directly tells you what the future of tech will be in the next few
years. Have you ever imagine your Smartphone battery being charged in 60
Seconds? It sounds like magic but its gradually coming into reality.
The bendy aluminium battery
created by Stanford University scientists offers “unprecedented charging
times” and is cheaper than the lithium models commonly found in laptops
and mobile phones.
Features of This New Battery
==>Charge in 60 seconds
regardless of the device
==>It is safer than
==>It last longer than your
normal device battery
==>Can withstand more than
7,500 charges before performance is affected
According to the inventor:
“We have developed a rechargeable aluminium battery that may replace
existing storage devices, such as alkaline batteries, which are bad for the
environment, and lithium-ion batteries, which occasionally burst into flames.
Our new battery won’t catch fire, even if you drill through it.”
While lithium batteries typically
last for 1,000 charges before losing capacity, the scientists’ prototype is
said to withstand more than 7,500 charges before performance is affected.
“This was the first time an
ultra-fast aluminium-ion battery was constructed with stability over thousands
of cycles,” the report’s authors wrote.
This is a new development and I
can’t wait for them to develop more and launch it into the market.
You can watch this two minute
video to understand how the battery works. My question is, will you rock it
when it’s released?