Batteries made of sugary drinks tt lasts better than lithium ones

I heard over radio that there's batteries powered by sugary drinks
that has comparable or better capacities than lithium batteries:

Anyone know of any specific batteries that use the above technologies
that are now available in the market to power laptops, tablets & mobile
phones?  Will be good to provide links / urls that I can place order
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dbruntonConnect With a Mentor Commented:

There are lots of articles talking about new batteries and technologies.  For example here's one talking about sugar

and sulphur

and heaps more such as

Talking is the operative word.

But no, there's nothing new on the market place at present replacing our present crop of lithium based batteries.
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Will be more than glad to know if there are other technology & low-cost
batteries for laptops / phones :
John HurstConnect With a Mentor Business Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I read the article and it appears at this point to be experimental at best.

So far, the current lithium-ion batteries are still the best in a small package with good power availability.
sunhuxAuthor Commented:
Convinced : looks like what I heard over the local radio is a hype
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