The future looks bright for those who have difficulty in regulating their carbohydrate and sugar intake. If you just seem to have enough of those fizzy sugary drinks or that flavored water bottles then Sony prototype invention may indeed become a useful tool in the coming years. The Japanese technology company has invented a battery which uses carbohydrates and sugar to generate electricity.
Sony was able to generate enough electricity to play a walkman using its sugar and carbohydrates powered battery.
In a demonstration on Thursday, a Sony employee poured a sugary sports drink to power a music player and speakers. (Yahoo)
I should say that this is a damn brilliant breakthrough by Sony. Although it can’t be put into practical use yet but when the time comes it will change the way we treat those fizzy drinks. I always shudder to see those brilliantly colored, sugar laden, low calorie drink. At least people can use those drinks for something else other than making themselves fatter.
Anyway, it’ll be cool if we can just borrow our friend’s strawberry water to power our laptop just in case of emergency. Will this replace the traditional rechargeable battery that we have now?
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