October 25, 2005

The Next Battery?

David Baker:
The battery of the future, if a Berkeley startup gets its way, looks something like a fat stick of butter with metal grills stuck on the sides.

And it isn't a battery, not technically at least. It's a 4-inch-high fuel cell that should last 10 times longer than the batteries it was designed to replace.

Its inventors, founders of a firm called H2Volt, have joined the hunt for one of the technology industry's Holy Grails -- a new power source capable of running the portable electronics products that grow more complex every year
Posted by James Zellmer at October 25, 2005 6:41 AM | Subscribe to this site via RSS:
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