Recharge with solar energy


The Japan telecommunication company Nippon Telegraph Telephone /NTT/ will release a new product the world's first portable solar-cell system - Pocket Energy for recharging mobile devices, where power supply is missing, announced Space Daily. It is called system because it consists of a solar panel, an electricity-storing tablet and connecting cables. How it works you must expose the solar panel to direct sunshine for four hours and then you can charge your cell phone /according NTT it will be enough for four hours uninterrupted call/, MP3 player, mobile game, but Pocket Energy is still not capable of recharging notebooks.

NTT will let for sale the system in May this year first only in Japan for approximately 190 USD, and in near future in the rest of the world.




Recharge with solar energy - reader comments

  • kamikazi

I already made one for myself with just an lipo and solarpanel and a regulator

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  • 2015-01-22 16:09
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  • Anonymous

how come they aren't using this technology now in new phones like iphone nokia 5800 or idou????

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  • 2009-05-22 14:07
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  • Daniel

what? good your site? learn to speak english...

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  • 2008-10-29 13:54
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