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Finally we wil have cell phone that will last weeks!

I have to charge my lumia 800 once a day to keep up frown.gif
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Originally Posted by SpankyMcFlych View Post

"lasts more than 6,000 cycles, far more than needed..."
6000 cycles is 16 years at one charge per day. Which is nice compared to anything made today, but still short of what I want stuff to last. I think I must be the only person who thinks stuff should last a good 20 years or more without breaking or wearing out.
I hate how everything is made to last as short a time as possible. It sucks having to replace stuff just as I'm getting used to it. like my mouse... it's only 5 or 6 years old and the charging connection has to be wiggled and jostled endlessly to get it to connect and the left button is starting to stick and multi-click all the time. So I'm going to need to replace it and there's no way this style that I like is still being made. It'll be impossible to find something that's laid out in the exact same way, the way that I'm used to and like. I would happily pay twice as much (or more) for electronics like mice or keyboards that are guaranteed to last 10+ years. (or razors, or clippers, or headphones, or walkmans, or flashlights, or stereos, or UPS's, or ...)
Cars are too stupidly expensive as is to justify a price increase for increased lifespan, but they should still be better built and last longer. Stupid cars.

Dude, for cars I can see your point...but for laptops? Who in the right mindset has a laptop for more than 8 years.....unless they prefer waiting an hour at 100% fan load while they open up google with their 3200rpm 40gb hdd and 1ghz single core pentium one.....

and anyway 16 years is more than enough for most people...also as this hits mass production I expect performance to increase...

But, IMAGINE THIS ON CELLPHONES. No more galaxy nexus charging every 1-2 days mad.gif once a week or two ftw thumb.gif

Oh and buying a new battery shouldn't be too hard for smaller longer-lasting goods like razers etc....plus after 8-12 years the motor usually breaks not the battery tongue.gif
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I've never understood why people get mad about having to charge their phone every day or two.

A nice bright screen, a lil processor buzzing away, wifi and radio modems searching for signal. All powered by a little 1400-1800mAh battery.
If a smartphone is used for its purpose, its gonna eat the battery up.
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Good stuff. Now we can finally have some electric and hybrid vehicles that are actually good.

Yeah, driving around with a couple thousand pounds of toxic chemical waste will actually be good someday. rolleyes.gif
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Yeah, driving around with a couple thousand pounds of toxic chemical waste will actually be good someday. rolleyes.gif

Well with the gamma ray lens scientists are working on, we will have a easy solution for cleaning up said waste no?
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until i can go and buy it, it doesn't exist.
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sorry sir cannot use your old nokia 900 batery in the new nokia 9000 smartwatch!why not ?ser your 2 inch x 4 inch battery wouldnt fit on our .125 inch nokia 9000 smartwatch.oh! it looked bigger on the highway side.yep i can picture happening in a futur near you!
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6,000 cycles, far more than needed by electric vehicles or mobile electronics.

Seems odd that a science article would underestimate what may or may not be needed in the future. A bit short sighted.
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I want this in tablets, and other portable computers, Smartphones, Laptops, The like, It would mean i can go forever..
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This sounds really promising for batteries. Both small and large scale. Small batteries for phones and laptops that'll last hopefully a month on a smart phone, 24+ hours on a laptop would be awesome!

I can see this being huge for cars. 16 years is PLENTY of time for a battery to last for a car. OMG, my car is 14years old and its almost time to get a new one, it got me through high school and college, once I get my career job here I'll pick up a new or slightly used one. The thing has 199k miles on it, could easily go another 100k no problems but its just getting old. Nothing wrong with it, my honda still purrs so wonderful and I get 35mpg hwy.

If I could see a electric car traveling at distances more than 500miles on a charge and batteries lasting 10+ years I'd really be into buying one...


I didn't read the entire article but did it mention anything on how long it takes to charge up? We talk about a long lifespan and high capacity but what about the amount of time it takes to charge it...hmmm
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