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Innovative Products I New Trends I Novothink's Solar Surge

17-11-2009 Powersurge in your iPocket

Grab the nearest iPod touch, iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS and anything else starting with I and wrap it up in Novothink´s Solar Surge solar-charging case, equipped with an integrated solar panel that allows for the iDevice to be charged with no added extras. Now you can charge your pod anywhere under the

sun whilst walking, running, hiking or biking, beach camping, travelling - and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Plus for those sunless days, you can charge the

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device via USB. This handy little contraption is officially licensed by Apple so you know it’s the real deal. Make your mark for the environment with this innovative and liberating product.

http://www.novothink.com/products/

 

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Comments

  • Posted by Kate Hutchinson on 18/01/2010 14:09
  • Oh, shame! You can charge it while you walk!? I should have asked for one of these on my Christmas wish list. Lucky my birthday\'s coming up!

  • Posted by KetchupLover on 23/02/2010 13:34
  • Sounds like perfection to me! I want one right now.

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