Tech start-up StoreDot, based in Tel Aviv, might be able to do that for you in the near future. The battery being developed by StoreDot uses nanodots, a synthetically created bioorganic peptide, similar to an amino acid.
These molecules are only 2 nanometers big and because of that size they have much greater electrical capacity and performance resulting in the ability to recharge fully in such a short amount of time. The reason batteries currently take so long to charge is because the chemical reactions that create the electricity need to be reversed and that takes time.
What’s even more interesting is the fact that StoreDot builds nanodots from bio-organic materials that are environmentally friendly, as a pose to many over nano-technologies that are metal based and usually toxic. The materials being used to manufacture these bio-organic molecular peptides (say thay quickly) are apparently abundant, which points to a low price tag.
It all sounds a little too good to be true, but let’s hope this one comes sooner rather than later.