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Submitted by Speed-Racer 379d ago | news

Startup develops flexible, printable, rechargeable batteries

Imprint Energy, a California-based start-up, has developed a cheap zinc-polymer based battery (called ZincPoly™) that is in the form of a sheet than can be easily printed via a screen printer. It’s paper thin flexibility means that wearables (or any small device) could have thinner form factors compared to today’s bulkier presentations that are limited by the chunkiness of lithium-ion batteries. (Hi-tech, Imprint Energy)

wannabe gamer  +   379d ago
get ready for a wave of dangerous homemade fire hazards people.

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