Ok, so it’s experiment time here at Ediscountbatteries.com. Up until now the writing being done here has been done with a specific formula in mind. One passed down from certain internet and blogging gurus, and has been apparently proven to bring fame & fortune to the lowly bloggers and early web designery (yes I know that’s not a real word, but we like it) folks the world over. And one that we have in fact, had enough of.
Yep, we’re done. From here on out we are going to write this thing the way we feel like writing it, and do away with the designer jumbo being used to try to lull your minds into thinking this is the best blog that has ever existed. Because it isn’t. Not yet anyhow. But it IS probably the most interesting blog you are going to read about batteries. At least, hopefully, the most entertaining!
So without further ado, we bring to you illustrious entertainment ONLY available at EdiscountBatteries.com!
(well, okay. You can find this video pretty easily nearly anywhere else, but it’s still cool! And it vaguely has to do with batteries!)
And hey! If Metallica or Heavy Metal aren’t your cup of tea…
No worries! We got you covered!
Now how many other battery websites do you know where you get relevant information and entertainment!?
“The Power of Zinc compels you!” While a little on the corny side (and we know that ‘Zinc’ is most definitely not a letter, and is certainly not made out of corn), these are the words that immediately came to mind when reading about battery start-up company Imprint Energy, and it’s recent developments towards zinc batteries that could revolutionize
Graphene, a substance comprised of unadulterated carbon, is looking to reshape the world of electronics as we know it; according to Richard Kaner at UCLA in regards to the discoveries he has made and showcased in part in the aptly titled video by Brian Golden Davis, ‘The Super Supercapacitor’. As presented in the video, it seems that
Tablets, 3D Glasses, Smartphones, Remote Controls, Cars, Laptop Computers. What do all of these things have in common? Batteries! Unfortunately, there is one more commonality that plague’s us all. The annoying inability for the batteries in our portable electronics to keep a charge. The not-too-distant future may see a change in that, however, thanks to