Many times, we face the heating up of our laptops, but now it will become a story of the past. Some scientists and researchers are on the verge of developing a new technology which is going to help the laptops cool down.
In a recent study published in a renowned Physics Journal, Nature Physics, Jairo Sinova, who is a Physics professor has explained that laptops are excessively heating up due to their smaller size that are coming into existence, while they are becoming more and more powerful. Hence the strength of laptops is increasing while the sizes of the laptops are decreasing, thus creating excessive heating up.
Some times you will feel that your lap is almost heating up, as if you are sitting on a gas stove. Jairo says that although laptops usually use flows of electric charge while processing information. Usually it should not produce heat, but sometimes the flow of electric charges too produces heat. There are speculations that excessive heat can also melt down your laptop.
So as per the journal, the research done by Sinova and his colleagues will develop a new approach towards processing the information, so that the laptops remain away from the heating aspect Actually heating up of laptops normally waste a good amount of energy too, thus the relevant research will help in saving energy as well.
As per Jairo Sinova, their research will consider electrons for the flow of information. According to him, electrons can not be seen through naked eyes and their spin will process the information. Till now, we are not yet aware about the process through which information is processed, but here is a brief note on the same:
- Creation of Information: The first step of processing the information is to create the information or data.
- Transmission of Information: The second step is to transmit the information or data.
- Collection of Information: The final step of processing the information is to collect the information or data so that the user can read it.
According to Sinova, no one is aware as to how these three steps are commenced. Sinova and his colleagues are sure that their spin-based device will solve the problem of excessive heating up of the laptops. The major challenge which his team might face is of distance, which according to Sinova is not a problem at all. According to him, transmission is no problem, as if the old devices can transfer the data to hundreds of feet than his new device and technology will transfer it to hundreds of miles for sure and efficiently.
I still remember one picture which I saw a few months back on the excessive heating of laptops; I would like to share the image over here with my readers:
I hope with the new technology developed by Sinova and team will make this as the thing of the past.