Teen invents a 30 seconds mobile batteries charging device
Eesha Khare is probably any parents dream, as well as a hero to anyone on the planet addicted to their mobile phone.
This high school, California teenager invented a device that could change the way we use our phones forever.
Her device has been explained as a ‘supercapacitor’. It ‘acts as an energy storage device that holds a great amount energy in a small amount of space.’ Basically, it could potentially charge your phone in 20-30 seconds.
Point me to where I can buy one.
She was reported explaining to NBC her reason for this breakthrough research was simply; “My cell phone battery always dies.” If only more people were that practical about solving issues, rather than just complaining…
It is said she plans on using her $50,000 prize money to fund her education at Harvard.