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WaveMan0   4/12/2014 12:58:49 AM
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StoreDot's nanotdot technology, with its increased electrode capacitance and super fast charging, are soon going to be game changing for mobile devices. Potentially scaled up for all-electric vehicle energy storage as well - imagine charging one's electric vehicle in five minutes or less! Exciting and disruptive core technology (based on bio-organic peptides) and amazing company!    

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