July 25, 2011

XG-SOL 1500 - Charging on the Fly


XTG's Portable Charger is multi-usage for smartphones, MP3 players, headsets and portable game systems. Great for campers, travelers or those without power, the SOL1500 can recharge up to 50-60% of your device. A charging and capacity indicator shows status and a built-in LED flashlight is included. The device has a backup lithium-ion battery that can be used in connection with included USB cord, along with 2 adjustable suction cups for attachment to your car. We want one.


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July 18, 2011

Infineon Raceway Installs Solar Panels


Working in tandem with Panasonic, Northern California's Infineon Raceway has taken a further step in going green by installing 1,652 solar panels that can generate 353 kilowatts of power and save about 34,000 barrels of oil over the next 30 years. Infineon has made other environmental moves. They installed a new energy-saving, dual-sided LED video board, have an admirable recycling program and invested in 3,000 sheep in 2008 to trim the track and grounds.

Via Infineon Raceway

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July 11, 2011

CK ECO Portable Power PAK


Concord Keystone has an ECO Charger for iPads/iPhones, MP3 players and handheld games that they claim will double your usage. Four connectors come with the panel, micro USB, mini USB, PSP and Nintendo DSi. A full charge takes about 5-6 hours, but with an included cable, you can hook it up to USB and get charged in about half the time. Not only does the device shut itself down when fully charged, the power PAK is portable and can come along on all your travels.

Via Concord Keystone

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July 4, 2011

Voltaic Charger for Tablets


Voltaic Systems has released a solar-powered Bolt Charger for iPad and most other tablets. Powered by a 39 Kwh battery, the carrying case features a high powered USB for tablets and a standard USB for other devices. Conventional batteries can also be directly charged from electric outlets. The bag can be yours for $299.99.

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