Toshiba to lead mobile battery (re)charge?
Good news on the horizon for mobile phone users: The Register reports that Toshiba has just developed a lithium-ion battery that will charge to 80% capacity within one minute. A full charge will apparently only take a few minutes more. The battery will also last longer, losing only 1% of its capacity after 1000 charges. The battery will come out sometime next year, and although it’s only been planned for use in industrial and automotive industries, we’re guessing it won’t be long after that it makes its way into your mobile phone.
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