Nanowire holds 10X than Lithium-Ion battery


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  1. PhantomTrace

    PhantomTrace Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Nanowire battery can hold 10 times the charge of existing lithium-ion battery....

    "A laptop that now runs on battery for two hours could operate for 20 hours, a boon to ocean-hopping business travelers."

    I think I am pressing my luck and stating that maybe someone/manufacturer should look into this concept. ( Yes for the G1 ) but I wouldnt be greedy and say only the G1.
    -I will be further looking into more details on this.

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  2. freedomflyer

    freedomflyer Well-Known Member

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    That sounds awesome! But, sadly, as we all know, to get this stuff to market and pass all the FCC foo-fah takes absolute ages. I remember reading about a Toshiba lithium-ion battery that was capable of a ~80% charge in under a minute, and they said it would be out early 2007ish, and it's just now actually being officially announced and a product will use it within a year. So, hopefully they find a way to get this tech to market, because daddy like!
     
  3. kamzalian

    kamzalian New Member

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    Is it really worth waiting for? I mean this Andriod driven mobile phone.
     
  4. freedomflyer

    freedomflyer Well-Known Member

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    Well, I wasn't really saying I'd "wait for it" or anything like that. I was just saying that i'm for sure looking forward to the battery, and if I knew a specific release date, and it was a few months in the future, I would definatley wait for it.
     
  5. drustvold

    drustvold Well-Known Member

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    Forget phones, with a batterie like that you could power a car.
     

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