In today’s world, being eco-friendly is an important factor, and speaking of which, the first solar airplane has just successfully completed its first international flight.
Nowadays it’s all about devices that are here to preserve environment and power. Since power supplies are limited, only way to make the most of it is to use power sources that are reusable. We have seen many green devices on the market and this time we’ve got a brand new green charger that comes from Chinavasion.
Sony Ericsson has released their new business style smartphone, the Sony Ericsson Aspen. Its the first to be running on the new Windows Mobile 6.5.3. Looking very similar to Nokia’s E series smartphones, the 3G-equipped Aspen comes with a 2.4 inch QVGA TFT touchscreen display, a 3.2 megapixel camera with 4 x digital zoom, built in WiFi, A-GPS and blueooth.
The next step for charging our gadgets in an eco-friendly way? The new product Hydrofill released at the CES this year was a major step forward for fuel cell innovation, the Singapore company Horizon has downsized all the science and technology allowing everyone to have their own personal hydrogen generator and portable hydrogen cartridges.
Unlike the Volkswagen Up Lite concept which is equally very eco-friendly, Audi’s new diesel A3 is in fact a production car and realistic! Audi first announced the addition of the new 1.6 TDI model to the A3 lineup over in Europe during September and now it’s available to order in the UK. The newest A3 features the VW group’s latest 1.6 liter common rail injected four cylinder diesel powerplant. In the A3, this engine combines with several other tweaks – including brake energy regeneration and automatic start-stop. As a result, this new technology gives the new A3 TDI a CO2 rating of just 99 g/km and mileage of 61.9 mpg combined.
A-DATA has launched the industry’s first 1m 30 minute water and shock resistant HDDs aka SH93. If you’re actively involved in outdoor extreme sports or if you’re kind of like Bear Grylls but are worred about putting important data in a USB memory stick while you’re abseiling, the SH93 could suit your needs perfectly.
To be available in 250GB, 320GB, 500GB and 640GB, these external HDDs feature a molded rubber-plastic case and special cushion materials making them both waterproof and shock resistant. In terms of toughness, they also meet the military’s MIL-STD-810F standard for drop resistance. Continue reading »
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Despite the iPhone not being one of the top radiation emitting mobile devices currently available, there’s no stopping some from salvaging the opportunity to create an accessory with that focus in mind. Pong or Pong Research have created an iPhone case which claims to reduce radiation released by the iPhone by up to 60%.
Frankly the case isn’t one of the best looking ones you can get your hands on, but for those who are concerned and abit pedentic about getting brain cancer, this Pong iPhone case will set you back a hefty $60!