Ascent Solar Technologies launched EnerPlex Surfr battery and solar case for the iPhones 5 and 5S. This new sensation features both a fuel cell and solar power panel.
Once in a while something comes along that is not only useful but absolutely wonderful to employ in conjunction with one’s gizmos and gadgets. Take the case of ascent Solar Technologies which came up with a new category in its EnerPlex series. The Surfr battery and solar case for Apple’s iPhones 5 and 5S will debut at the CES 2014. This product not only offers physical support to the iPhones but also extends their battery longevity.
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This translates into many hours of call time, listening to music for pleasure and online browsing. It is featherweight since the CIGS solar panels used in its making are the lightest in the world. As for the battery, it is a 2000 mAh lithium ion sample that the iPhones function in synch with.
The solar alternative available on this gadget is for any contingency that may take place. The stylish and elegant iPhone 5S fits hand in glove with the Surfr battery and solar case. Ascent Solar Technologies have finally hit the nail on the head with this invention whose mother was sheer necessity.
In the capacity of a manufacturer of thin-film photovoltaic modules, Ascent Solar Technologies has outdone its previous attempts at processing perfect products. As for its EnerPlex series, it is world-famous and combines the usage of the sun’s energy with conventional battery cells.
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Ascent Solar's President and CEO, Victor Lee, said: "The iPhone 5s is one of the best examples of ingenuity and design in consumer electronics; EnerPlex has designed an exceptional case which maintains the beauty, form and function of the iPhone while adding the additional battery life consumers so desperately need. The integration of Ascent’s proprietary thin film solar panel provides the added security of knowing that your phone can be charged in time of emergency, when all else fails.”