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Charge Batteries in 30 Seconds!

just saw this news story. thought it might be of interest.

StoreDot: Inside the nanotech that can charge your phone in 30 seconds | ZDNet

they've developed technology to recharge a cellphone battery in 30 SECONDS. Can only imagine what this would do for the cruising community in the future.

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