Japanese first to mass-produce ultra-skinny 'safe' lithium battery
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 03 December 2008 09:30

From Register Hardware:

Japan's Ulvac has become the first company to put solid-state thin-film lithium batteries into mass production, it claimed this week.

Ulvac's pitching the power source as an alternative to today's lithium-ion rechargeables, specifically by stressing that its design contains no liquid electrolyte and therefore is incapable of... well.. blowing up.

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