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+ - New Materials Lower Printed Electronics' Appetite For Power->

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MTorrice
MTorrice writes "To make low cost, bendable electronics and displays, many engineers want to find ways to print electronic circuits like publishers print magazines. Unfortunately, current printed electronics need a lot of power to run properly, more than batteries can supply. A new combination of electronic materials, including an ion gel and semiconducting carbon nanotubes, may make the devices less power hungry."
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New Materials Lower Printed Electronics' Appetite For Power

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