The Problem Of Wireless-ing Everything
HWM Singapore|October 2018

Batteries are an unsolved problem thats now invading my desktop.

Ng Chong Seng

Technology is increasingly getting mobile, and it’s no secret that batteries are the Achilles’ heel of today’s mobile devices.

For smartphones, it’s easy to understand why battery life matters: people don’t want their phone to die in the middle of the day. Not when they’re in the midst of typing an email, and especially not on a bus with no power outlet in sight. For mobile devices, a long battery life is both an anxiety-reducing feature (you don’t need to keep glancing at the battery status) and a convenience feature (you don’t need to lug a power bank everywhere you go).

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