by May 6, 2014 0 comments

Samsonite Solar Backpack
This is Samsonite’s first solar backpack, part of the Torus range. It has a large bank of solar cells and inside, there is a Lithium-Ion battery to store the energy received from sun. The solar panel section (with battery inside) is completely detachable if you don’t want to carry the entire backpack. You just have to keep your gadgets inside the removable section and connect them to the battery to charge them up. The battery pack can be fully charged if the backpack is left in direct sunlight for about 3 to 4 hours. It’s ideal for someone who spends a lot of time on the road and doesn’t know when they’ll get access to a charging port. The backpack has a rear padded compartment big enough to hold a 15-inch laptop plus separate compartments for other gadgets including a compact camera and iPad.
Price: `10,000

Lumos unPlug Solar Backpack
Lumos provides a way to carry those gadgets and charge them at the same time with this unique backpack.1 hour of strong sunlight to this solar backpack and the cell collects energy and stores it in the 2,200mAh lithium ion battery and you are ready to charge your smartphone for about 2 hours. You can even fully charge the internal battery with a USB charger. Various plugs for different phones are provided though you can just use your regular phone USB cable as the battery has a conventional USB port. It’s great for anyone who wants a bit of free power.
Price: `4,999

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