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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 laptop bag charges it for you? This is the thinking behind the Neuber Energy Sun Bag, a solar powered handbag that lets you charge devices with energy from the

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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