Thankfully just about every part of part of the earth receives sunlight – which is what makes solar-powered devices all the more appealing. The Nanomars solar bags from Taiwan will definitely come in handy during times when you can’t find a power outlet nearby. A solar panel is located on the outside of the bag, storing converted power into its 4,400mAh Samsung li-ion battery that claims to offer anywhere between 2 to 3 times more juice than standard mobile batteries. The bag is equipped with different connectors that cater to Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and Siemens cellphones, iPods, MP3 players, digital cameras, PDAs and handheld consoles. Currently, the Nanomars A701 Solar Backpack and A706 Solar Bag retail for $68 per bag for 500 units, so individual bags would come with a higher price tag.
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