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.
Go green! Save the earth! Green planet! And what not? We are living in a planet where we burn our surroundings with every passing hour though we continuously read such ‘go green’ slogans every now and then. Our lives have become so much dependent on devices around us that it is pretty much impossible for us to give them up so that we can save our mother nature.
Hanging out in the sun has many solar benefits; and here is one concept design that harnesses that solar energy and then juices up your gadgets. This Sunbox plays on this theory that on your way out to work, you hang out the device on your clothsline and when you get back in the evening, it’s all charged up. Latch it on to your TV, music system, hair-dryer for instant power.
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.
An electric car known as the T.27 created by the McLaren F1 supercar road car designer Gordon Murray has been unveiled. Three prototypes of the T.27 model will be developed over the next 16 months.
The manufacturing process as well as the performance of the car will be aimed at being environment friendly. Called iStream (don’t know why everyone likes to put an i in front of everything these days!), its manufacturing process has received £9m of investment, half of which came from the government’s Technology Strategy Board.