Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DaveS024, May 7, 2010.
Toshiba SCiB Batteries
sound very expensive. Do you know anything about the weight, size or capacity of those types of batteries?
Who knows really. It would all really depend on how much current the battery can output and over how much time can it sustain a level current. Also you would need to factor in cost and package size, weight, heat output, etc. And who knows, by the time those get mainstream there may be a new battery technology that would be more promising. Usually ideas/products like this are built as a stepping stone to open funding to explore newer technologies.
We need to get the batterys that are in pacemakers!
I'm hoping we get these instead: Paper battery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sure, if you only want your phone to blip on once a second or so for 10 or 15 years.
I dont believe anything made for cell phones will ever last 10 years lol