4. Flatter, stretchier, more reliable Memory
WHO WANTS TO TALK ABOUT MICROPROCESSORS!?!? Who doesn’t, am I right? You want to get somewhere with a lady or gentleman at a bar then just stroll right up, plop down beside them and regale them with the wonderful mystery of graphene-enhanced memory components. That’s right, graphene, the thing you probably haven’t heard of until today and even then probably are confusing with graphite, is being added to the next generation of microprocessors to give the chips an added boost of durability and electron conduction. Graphene is a single-atom (ONE, ONE FREAKING ATOM) thick sheet of carbon that when combined with more traditional materials can create flash memory that is both super thin, highly efficient and capable of storing multiple bits of information, a practice that is currently used in larger chips. The importance here? Graphene shrinks the overall thickness of the memory chip without sacrificing performance. In fact, in many cases it enhances the performances. Research has shown that its decay is very slow, losing only 30% of its charge over a 10 year period if left inactive. See, you all want to give me your phone numbers right now, don’t you?
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