Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Battery life could be increased up to 10 times

United States annually spends about $ 4 billion on so-called “consumer-vampire” electricity that consumer electronics devices and appliances that consume a charge from the outlet even when closed.

These figures are however about to change if ambitious novel research of Professor Adrian Ionescu of the Polytechnic School in Lausanne, France will be realized.
The teacher is involved in a program to develop revolutionary technologies that use energy neglijabilade amount when in sleep mode.
Research uses nanotechnology to a “close” leakage.
“We want to share this research to producers to build the” holy grail “of electronics, a computer that uses negligible energy when the sleep-mode, which we call the zero-watt PC,” said Adrian Ionescu.