why do they not have bio-powered, or AI. charger batteries yet

As I'm looking at battery life for one of these devices it struck me that they would be PERFECT for bio-powered, ie heat and/or natural body made electricity or a qi charger for wireless charging.

Get on it maker of devices!


Where do you want to be?

by Theknotguy - 2019-01-10 23:09:14

Do you want to be on the leading edge or the bleeding edge?  

I don't know about you but I don't want to be the first to get some of the stuff you requested.  There are always bugs to be worked out.  And, when the heart stops, everything else stops too.  

Just seems

by Uelrindru - 2019-01-11 11:27:52

it just seems that's a simple, smart way to improve times between changing. qi charging is pretty bullet proof now I will admit I dont know much about bio generated energy and the state of the industry but they both seem like natural extensions of this tech and those techs.I would imagine there would be a modest increase in size to accommodate the charger and a normal battery as a back up. I would be happy to try them if they became available.


by Tracey_E - 2019-01-26 09:37:47

They are working on rechargeable, they are also working on one that recharges from our movement. However, getting new ones is not all bad. I'm on my 5th and the technology has come a long way since that first one. I feel a lot better with  the newest one, so with battery changes come technology upgrades. Changes are super easy. 

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