This Amazing Wireless Technology Could Change the World Forever
April 13, 2017 - In a day and age where technology seems to become more advanced with each passing minute, the demand for sleeker, faster, and more powerful devices has become larger than ever. The cellphone revolution has turned into the smartphone revolution, and less than five decades after the birth of the internet, the majority of the Western world now carries a supercomputer with them in their pocket at all times. If there’s one aspect of technology that humans crave, it’s the ability to take it with them wherever they go. Wireless technology has become a necessity, and soon the world will have access to one of the most incredibly advanced forms of wireless technology that the world has ever seen.
Scenario: You’re studying for an exam on your laptop in a crowded coffee shop. Suddenly, your laptop battery dies. You reach for your charger, but realize there are no available electrical outlets in which to plug it in due to the volume of people around you. At this point, you would have no choice but to gather your belongings and travel to a new location where you would be able to recharge and resume your studies.
Now imagine a form of technology that never lost power.
“Impossible,” you might say.
Think again. From the makers of “paper,” the dawn of a new, battery-free technology is now upon us. The scientific name for the original prototype is “book,” and it will be readily available in stores everywhere by the time you read this article. No battery, no charger, no hassles...just endless information available at your fingertips wherever and whenever you desire it.
Sound too good to be true? That’s not all.
There are millions of versions of these “books,” each one containing different information than the one before it. There are “books” that are designed specifically for entertainment, for research, and for news. No matter your preference, your needs will be met.
Now at this point, you must be thinking to yourself, “No battery, no charger, unlimited varieties and styles...there’s no way this technology can be affordable.” Here’s the best part: They’re free. While some premium versions of books must be purchased, the majority of books can be borrowed for weeks at a time and returned at a later date at establishments known as “libraries.”
Please hurry and take advantage of this technology before word gets out and there are no more books available. They are most likely flying off the shelves as you read this, so act fast!