Charging a mobile handset is a hassle for many. But now with the invention of Eesha Khare, an Indian-American teen, all it takes is 20 seconds to charge your mobile device. The device is known as super-capacitor that powers the charging speed up to unimaginable pace.
Eesha Khare, who comes from Saratoga, California, has also been awarded with the Young Scientist Award. The award has been presented to her by Intel Foundation. The machine is so miniature in size that it can easily make its way right into the phone batteries of the handset.
The newly invented device has the ability to hold on to tons of energy and that too in little room. The good thing is that the super-capacitor can grip the energy for long duration making it one of the best and fastest ways to charge the mobile device.
After this invention, it is just a matter of time before the young inventor makes headlines with Google and as expected it has. She has already earned $50,000 for her efforts. The device has the ability to last up to 10,000 charge-recharge series. The traditional batteries have the capacity of 1000 such cycles. So, this new gadget is 10 times easily better.