Sepp Hasslberger: Graphene Batteries for 5-Second iPhone Charging (Non-Toxic, Inexpensive)

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Sepp Hasslberger
Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp’s Insight:

I believe this is the jump in battery technology that will make life with electronic devices much easier and that will give a boost to electric cars and other transport…

Graphene Batteries Offer 5-Second iPhone Charging

Researchers at UCLA have discovered a way to make graphene batteries that charge super fast, are inexpensively produced, are non-toxic, and that blow current battery technology out of the water in terms of efficiency and performance.

An iPhone powered by a graphene supercapacitor could charge in five-seconds. A MacBook powered by a graphene supercapacitor could charge 30-seconds. Electric cars powered by the technology could be charged as quickly as filling a car with a tank of gas.

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