Solid State Batteries

tja343

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Note: tried the search on this one with no results.

Just wondering if anyone has heard or seen any news on these "Solid State Batteries"
I seen them first actually on the news (kstp in MN) about 6 months ago, then nothing, just silence, haven't heard nothing, not even on the net, so anyone know what happened?

It sound promising, they said it "absorbed" all outside energy. So it could be charged by light, vibrations, or anything that would send energy threw it.

That would be sweet, and would change the way we could make, and use flashlights.

Hope I ain't the only one that has heard of this... it is basicly a Solid State Hard Disk, but instead of storing data (just arranged electrons), it just packs in the energy (dis-arranged electrons???).
 

tja343

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Yes exactly!!!
Thanks for the link, 18 months from January 27th, so we are looking at around July 2012 (hopefully sooner) to see these batteries floating around.
 

ampdude

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Seems like an amazing technology. Anything that helps me run my power hungry lights longer is good to me!!!
 
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