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What benefits could Korea’s new bendable battery offer?

Here at Battery Central, our team of highly trained and skilled experts are renowned for our passion towards the whole battery industry. Our love of all things technology really provides our teams on both the Gold Coast and in Brisbane with a ‘finger on the pulse’ mentality. In an effort to pass on some of what we know to our loyal customers, our team will use blogs like the one today to update our readers on the latest news and what it means for batteries.

The News

Korean scientists have recently created a new type of battery which possesses the ability to twist and bend. The amazing thing about this is that not only does the battery not break, but it maintains its voltage constantly throughout the bending.

Why is this so important?

Traditionally, batteries have had to have been created in a solid and rigid form to work effectively. With the development of this new style of battery, batteries are no longer bound to this chunky design. They are able to be designed to be razor thin, and encased in moving products.

What does it mean for you?

Have you ever come across a situation where you didn’t have room in your pockets/handbag for your keys, wallet and your phone? Imagine if you could simply fold the razor thin phone in half and tuck it away safely in your pocket. This is essentially what the new battery is all about – being able to adapt and change according to a products needs and desires.

In today’s blog post, we have outlined some of the main benefits of the new battery that has been developed in Korea, in the hopes that you can begin to dream of some of the new and exciting things that lay ahead in the world of batteries. If you would like to talk to any of our battery experts, please don’t hesitate to contact our team at Battery Central Gold Coast today on 1300 008 299.


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