Why battery makers keep us in the Dark Ages

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lilBuddha Veteran Member • Posts: 5,317
Re: Why battery makers keep us in the Dark Ages
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MHshooter wrote:

GossCTP wrote:

MHshooter wrote:

GossCTP wrote:

MHshooter wrote:

Did you know the lithium-ion battery is the worst of all tested battery formulas using lithium? It has 1/10th the power density of metallic lithium batteries. It is worse than sulfur-lithium, air-lithium. A regular camera battery of 1100mah using metallic lithium would have 11,000mah capacity. They've know this for almost TEN years. So why haven't they switched configurations?

Lead with a false statement in the form of a question and then imply a conspiracy in closing.

If they released such technology tomorrow what would you do? Would it change your life that you wouldn't need to charge your camera for two weeks? Or would you be less happy because you wouldn't have something to gripe about that cannot possible be fixed because it simply isn't true?

Yes, it "can't" be fixed. Which is why we all still use just carbon batteries, right?

We must, otherwise how are they holding us in "The Dark Ages"?

I can understand it. There has been no substantive improvement in 10 years but every time they do improve performance, their sales inevitably fall, as they must. So i can see why nothing is happening.

Yeah, poor batteries companies have been selling the same battery technology for a century. I hate it when my camera dies because I forgot to check the water levels in the battery

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