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Energizer Solar Crank

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Ah, when all else fails, at least you can always rely on good old crank power to juice up your device. Having said that, this isn’t waterproof although we wish it was, as it would be perfect to bring on your camping trips. After all,...

Energizer Solar Spot Light

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Energizer and Duracell seem to have this thing going on at each CES, unveiling strikingly similar products simultaneously. This time round, we have the Solar Spot Light that offers you a waterproof and powerful flashlight for outdoor...

ioGear Solar Bluetooth hands-free car kit

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] ioGear knows that green is in (can’t you tell by their corporate color?), and their Solar Bluetooth hands-free car kit is pretty self-explanatory. It allows you to hook up with any Bluetooth-enabled device, letting you have both hands on...

Casio Edifice EQW-M1000DB-1 watch

01/06/2010, [CES 2010] Casio’s bread and butter also includes making timepieces for folks all over the world, although they have failed to combat tardiness (as with any other watch manufacturer regardless of how expensive their timepieces are). Well, their...

Solar Powered Eye Implants Are Coming

01/03/2010, One of the biggest problems faced by researchers who are working on eye implants is the source of power; after all, you’re not going to plug yourself into a wall socket for charging, are you? It seems some that folks over at Stanford might have come...

Keystone Eco Tag solar charger

12/28/2009, We’re pretty sure that most of you who travel have luggage tags for easier identification, but somehow the idea of the Keystone Eco Tag solar charger does not sound that appealing to us. After all, how much time does your luggage spend under direct...

Iqua BHS-603 SUN solar-powered Bluetooth headset

12/28/2009, Iqua’s BHS-603 SUN solar-powered Bluetooth headset is pretty self-explanatory – you will be able to carry out all of your conversations hands-free, with its battery offering up to 9 hours of non-stop chatting with a 200 hour standby time. Of...

Solar powered cockroach

12/24/2009, They say that a cockroach is able to live off the glue on the back of a postage stamp for months on end, making these critters one of the most durable species on earth to survive a nuclear fallout. Well, couple their natural hardiness with the idea of...

Mobile MaxPure solar filter

12/23/2009, Mobile MaxPure has just revealed a new range of water filters that rely on solar power to keep it going, where each unit is able to up to 3.5kW of solar electric power while offering a whopping 30,000 gallons of clean drinking water. While civilized areas...

Lucet lamp concept

12/18/2009, What you see here could possibly change the way we live for the better, assuming the Lucet lamp concept actually enters production. The brainchild of industrial designer Rui Palma, this window-sticking solar-powered light comes in a special shape that...

Sun Dial solar building

12/15/2009, China has achieved another world’s first with the largest solar-powered office building in the world. It comes with a fan-like roof which resembles an ancient sun dial, boasting exhibition centers, research facilities, meeting and convention spaces...

Solar Powered Garden Insect Theatre

12/14/2009, We all know that bugs are strangely drawn to bright lights, and they can get in the way of life with them shedding wings and all, leaving you with more work the next morning. Well, instead of finding ways to turn them away, why not look to the Solar...

Solar Street Light Kit

12/14/2009, There is just this amazing thing about solar power that gets us all excited, and the latest would be the Solar Street Light kit. This DIY kit will allow you to recycle and reuse well-worn sneakers as well as running shoes, turning them into a lighted up...

Sanyo Solar Electric Vehicle

12/08/2009, Sanyo let out word that they will parade their Solar Electric Vehicle (EV) at the upcoming Eco Products 2009 International Exhibition in Tokyo, where this solar EV will be powered not by Eneloops, but Sanyo’s very own Solar Panels and Lithium Ion...