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Apollo is the world’s first graphene battery power bank. It is the world’s first portable power pack using graphene composite battery and USB C PD technology. It supports up to charge at 60W, which means the battery with capacity of 6000mAh can be fully charged in 20 minutes or so if using the USB-C 60W Adapter. Graphene batteries have five times the energy density of the best Li-Ion battery. By using graphene composite material, Apollo offers better conductivity and less internal resistance, making it safer and less hot. With Apollo’s Ultra-Fast Graphene Power Pack, you can quickly charge your device in a matter of minutes.
Apollo’s Anywatt adapter works with your old laptop chargers or MagSafe adapters chargers.
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
I know, right?
My guess is something legal. Like why Apple makes it a pain to replace their batteries (threats of "voided warranty" and what have you). Maybe product infringement. That would be my guess.
Plus it is also easier to make an adapter than umpteen different size batteries.
But when it is proven and demonstrated technology, like around Christmas when everybody will want one, phone manufactures will probably change their tune!
ETA: I wonder what a site like hackaday will do with these! Like trick out a Tesla!