Here is something interesting for the folks who have tons of devices and gadgets. To enjoy these stuff, the need for reliable and long-lasting batteries is a must. These days, most of these devices normally come with batteries that would need recharging at some point, limitations that vary depending on use and of course capacity.
But a new kind of lithium ion battery may yet triple that capacity and best of all, recharge faster to ensure that your gadget use becomes smooth and flowing without worrying about power loss at times you least expect it
Doing away with the usual silicon sheets, Researchers at the University of Southern California may have stumbled upon something that would gain approval from the gadget freaks.
According to a study published in the journal Nano Research reports, a team headed by Viterbi School of Engineering professor Chongwu Zhou have found a way to make use of a field of porous silicon nano-tubes which would shuffle electrons and hence wear down lesser.
If all goes well, the said battery could hit the market inside 3 years, a development that should really be something to look forward to.