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Panasonic’s solar-powered table wirelessly charges your gadgets

 

This article is about a new way of charging your phone and any other electrical devices which have Qi battery. This product was developed by Panasonic and is hoped to be available in japan by the end of the year. It is the first wireless version of inductive charging which is handy because there are no plugs involved in charging the phone all you have to do is place it down and let the table do the work. It works through solar energy so it’s important that the panels aren’t blocked by anything such as a vase of flowers in order to maximise the amount of sun it receives.  Another aspect of the product is that the tables charging panel connects straight to the battery so that you don’t have to have the battery in the phone to charge it. 

I think that this table is a really good idea for not only coffee shops but also to have in work places and colleges, as many employees and students may have their own laptops or phones which they work off and it would be a much easier way for them to work and not have to carry their chargers around with them.

http://www.geek.com/gadgets/panasonics-solar-powered-table-wirelessly-charges-your-gadgets-1381543/

 

Phone-Charging Glasses Powered By the Sun

This is another article that I found on alternative methods of charging your phone without needing any plugs and sockets. Sayalee Kaluskar working in advertising in India has come up with the idea of these new glasses which are able to charge your phone. She is working alongside Ray Ban so that the glasses are still stylish and wearable. The glasses work by carrying photovoltaic cells wired to a battery hidden within the plastic arms of the standard-issue and classic Ray Bans. These cells charge the battery while you are wearing the glasses in the sun, then when you want to charge your phone all you have to do is take off the arm of the glasses which reveals a microUSB or lightening connector that you plug into your phone and it gives the battery a boost.

I like this idea because I think they would be really useful while you are on holidays because you will actually get sun abroad not like Ireland and then you don’t have to worry about having an adapter for you charger. I also like the fact that Sayalee Kaluskar is working with Ray Ban so that glasses will not only be functional but look nice too.

 

http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/youre-late-someone-just-invented-phone-charging-sunglasses-powered-sun/

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