February 24, 2010

PowerFilm Rollable Solar Charger

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Originally intended for military use, the PowerFilm Rollable Solar Charger can be unrolled to soak up the sun in the day and charge your cell phone, GPS device or other small electronics. Roll back up for travel. The 11.5 x 21" charger has a 5W, 15.4V, 0.3A power output and is available for $99.95.

Via BLTD

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February 23, 2010

Solar Egg Recharges in Natural Lighting

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The Solar Egg from XPAL can charge even in "medium levels of natural light." Four hours should give it a 90% charge for your small electronics. It can be attached to backpack, jacket or suitcase so that you can always have that back-up with you. No price has been set on the oval charger that is due out next month.

Via Geeky Gadgets

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February 19, 2010

Solar Charger Compatible With 11 Batteries

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This Solar Charger works with 11 different NiCd, NiMH and GUM (Prismatic) battery sizes, two at a time. The top lid and bottom stand adjust for the best exposure and the device has a blocking diode to prevent discharge. A built in meter displays the charge strength, current output and amount of charge.

Via Solar Chargers

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February 18, 2010

Neon Green Designer Back-up Packs

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Neon Green's Soular Powers Back-Up Packs look designer, cost designer but are eco-friendly with built-in solar panels. The series includes the Centurian that will hold a laptop, the Capsoul, that can be carried on shoulder or by hand and the Piggy Back that can attach to another backpack and turn it solar.

Via Gone On Green

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February 15, 2010

IllumiCharger Hangs Out on Walls

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Greenwaves has entered the Greener Gadgets Competition with their IllumiCharger wall outlet. The device can recharge any electronic device that supports USB charging. Because it has 2 inputs it can serve double duty. The chargers will even ship green in cornstarch plastic and recycled cardboard.

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February 4, 2010

P-Flip Versatile Charger

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Dexim's P-Flip is portable, foldable and rechargeable with solar panels and a 2000mAh Lithium Polymer battery. It can be used both vertically and horizontally (hence the name) with an iPhone 3G/3GS. After a full charge, you can get up to 8 hrs. talk time, 15 hrs. of gaming/video or 60 hrs. of tunes. The P-Flip is now available for $79.90.

Via Dexim

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February 3, 2010

Solio Universal Hybrid Charger

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Solio's Universal Hybrid Charger works with most cell phones, MP3 players and GPS devices. One hour of sun gives 14 minutes of talk time or 40 minutes of tunes. Made of rugged plastic, it is perfect for traveling and can also be charged via USB.

Via Solio Chargers

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January 19, 2010

Sungen Chargers Fold Up

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Sungen introduced a new series of foldable chargers at the recent CES 2010. With built-in battery and solar panels, a full charge is reached after 18 - 25 hours of sun. The company also released a kit for RV refrigerators and other appliances.

Via Sungen

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January 18, 2010

ULVAC Combines PV and EV in Charging System

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Tokyo's ULVAC has combined photovoltaic power-generation with rapid charging for electric vehicles. The company will be building a facility that includes solar panels, power conditioner, power supply and a power-generation control monitor for Chigasaki City. Any power not used for charging can be sold back to local electric companies. The system takes about 25 minutes for 80% of the EV's capacity.

Via Solar Industry Mag

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January 14, 2010

Concord Keystone USB Eco Chargers

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Concord Keystone, maker of the Eco Tag, has announced two new portable Eco Chargers, one being a flat panel and the other foldable wallet type. Both connect via USB and are available in in 4.5 Volt, 300 mA and 5.0 Volt, 600 mA capacity. Made with polymers that protect the solar cell, the lightweight, thin and flexible chargers are perfect for the outdoorsy types and are temperature and shadow-resistant.

Via Imaging Resource

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