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Solar Powered Backpack

{mosimage}Whether you're a bustling urbanite or a happy camper (or both) your portable devices need to be charged. The New York City based company Voltaic provides the solution in the form of bags that double as mobile power generators. Three solar panels grace the bags and free samples cialis generate up to 4 watts of power, allowing you to canadian levitra scam recharge most small electronic devices including: cell phones, cameras, two way radios, PDA's, and MP3s. Unfortunately the bags won't charge your laptop.
 
The award winning bags come with eleven standard adaptors for common cell phones and other devices and a full range of optional adaptors are available on the website. Best of all, is the inexpensive cialis battery pack containing a 2,200mAh Lithium Ion battery, a voltage converter, built in LED torch and charge indicator. It clips inside the back pocket of the bag and allows you to save the juice for later. In case the forecast is the best choice buy now cialis really gray, the battery pack can also be charged using an AC travel charger or car charger (both included).
 
Currently Voltaic offers 4 different models, Backpack, Daypack, Pouch and Messenger and you can customize your bag by choosing the color of viagra next day the solar panels – silver, orange, green or charcoal.  Regardless of which you choose, curious random strangers will stop you and viagra pills canadian ask "are those solar panels?" giving you an excellent opportunity to speak to the virtues of renewable energy sources.
 

Mysterious Russian 'Star Battery': Explained (almost)

{mosimage}Well, we've been keeping our eyes open for more information on this 'stellar battery' that we blogged about last week. Twice as efficient as a solar panel, operates in darkness and low light, cheaper than a solar panel. Lacking details, we were skeptical.

Well, the Russian scientists at the best way to use cialis Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) have given us some more information. They're claiming a 54% efficiency in converting visual light to electricity. They're claiming a system of storing that energy that does not use acid batteries, and they're claiming a 31% efficiency at converting low-light and infrared light to electricity. And, finally, they've actually given us a glimpse of how, exactly, this is supposed to work. Of course, they told the world in Russian, and we don't speak Russian, but we're happy to try and translate the translation / explaination we found at PESN.

Summary:
The Russians said:
We have a revolutionary new 'star battery' that is made of heteroelectric matter.

The Russians meant to say: We made an ultra-capacitor and an ultra-efficient photoelement out of a metamaterial.

Now, this might not strike you as a huge difference. But we can actually figure out what they're talking about in the second sentence, while, if you google “heteroelectric” you find only articles talking about the star battery.

Read all about it after the jump: 


 

Mysterious Russian Substance Could Save the World

{mosimage}A while back, a mysterious announcement printed by Physorg piqued the EcoGeek interest. According a press release from the www.ncitech.co.uk Dubna Nuclear Institute, a 'battery' has been created that can extract energy from both solar and stellar sources, is twice as effective as solar panels at converting light into energy, and is cheaper to televideocom.com produce than solar panels.

Only one piece of viagra no prescription canada information has arisen since we first spotted the article. A second release found at ITAR TASS explains that the substance is a 'heteroelectric' but does not explain what a heteroelectric is. They do, however, re-confirm that “This product of development studies has already proved its high efficiency both in darkness and in cloudy conditions.”

So, that's very exciting, but also very mysterious. We'll keep our eyes open and let you know when more information appears.

 Via PhysOrg and ITAR TASS

 

Solar recharger

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It's a whole new generation of campers -- we need our cell phones on and levitra in india charged at all times, and I'm now finally numb to passing the little campers on the trail that have brought their portable DVD players.
 
Whatever electronics you can't live with as you negotiate the great outdoors, you have a cool way to charge it with this new device, the Sunlinq roll-up solar panel. It can charge your cell phone, PDA, digital video cameras and mp3 players.
 
This little guy is weatherproof, UV resistant, and very flexible -- you can attach it to your coat or backpack to create a little solar backpack while you hike.  
 
If you really need some power, you can up the voltage by attaching one of the 6.5 spec sheets to one of the 12 or 25 spec sheets.  
 
Via: Ecofriend
 

Solar Powered MP3 Mega Player 540

{mosimage} MSI is working on the world's first MP3 player with built-in solar charging.  It's a versatile devise, in more than just power supply.  It's also a FM radio, picture browser and voice recorder.  Four gigs is a bit limited for my tastes, but I am impressed that built in solar charging is real levitra moving to mass-market so quickly.

Panels are getting more efficient and the devices are getting smaller and less power-thirsty.  The Mega Player does use a traditional hard drive though, rather than solid-state (and more efficient) flash memory.  But we're OK with small steps. 
 
No word on when this little machine will be collecting rays at your local Best Buy, but the lowest price for levitra production model should be out at the end of the year. 
 
Spotted at TreeHugger Via MobleMag 
 
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