Technology has come a long way over the last few years whether we’re talking about raw processing power, visual treats or battery life. However, batteries seem to be struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing demands of modern gadgets, and so innovative and useful solutions need to be found as quickly as possible.
A designer named Tsung Chih-Hsien managed to come up with very interesting and promising concept named Mini Power, which hopes to solve our gadget energy needs on the go, albeit temporarily.
The paper-based batteries are rechargeable and recyclable, and they come in three different versions for two, four or six hours worth of charge. They will soon become available at convenience stores, which will make forgetting to charge up your phone a much less dramatic event. Mini Power won the 2014 Red Dot Design award, and rightfully so.