Originally Posted by DuckieHo
The limitations of NAND are already known and companies are coming up with workarounds...
The problem with battery technology in general is energy density. As you increase density, more damage can be done if a runaway reaction occurs.
well, I expected some hybrid solutions in NAND segment and I think Samsung already presented those ... and hit SataIII/6G speed limitations in process, no? or maybe I'm mistaking things.
anyways, yeah, energy storage and density certainly is a safety factor if things go wrong, but I am just saying that galvanic or polymer batteries sound like XIX-XX century stuff, don't they?
we are in XXI century since over a decade and should already be working on a completely different media for energy storage (not improving some ancient designs further). there were lots of prototype projects like experiments with crystal, bacteria, laser light capture, alcohol based solution, or even power of atom on a small scale (more of a joke in terms of safety) in the last decade and somehow none of them went through at all.
what I mean ... it seems we as a whole got stuck with those out-dated technologies regarding energy storage and are not really moving forward ... what we need is a leap, not small step improvements that are meaningless in a long run. just like we were stuck with Diesel and gasoline engines for a long time (and still mostly are despite all new cars based on hybrid and purely electrical engines).