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RAYvolution Harnesses Solar Energy to Charge Gadgets

Dec 07, 2009
RAYvolution Solar Products has recently unveiled its new gadget called RAYvolution. The device represents a charger that harnesses solar energy to charge other portable gadgets.

Besides being able to use solar energy to charge gadgets, RAYvolution can also serve as a battery backup. During cloudy days you can charge the device using USB adapters or the AC.

The gadget costs $ 39.95 and comes in different colors. In addition, you get the device with 8 connection tips that allow you to charge different mobile phones, even the iPhone.




[via RAYvolution]

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posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

Oct 24, 2013 12:14 AM » posted by: Doran Roberts

It is my pleasure to introduce you to the new RAYvolution Solar Battery Charger. For the past two years, I have been working with U.S. engineers to develop a new state-of-the-art, palm sized solar battery charger that works flawlessly off direct sunlight for recharging, but can also be recharged through A/C power as well.

RAYvolution’s new patented circuit board, high end 2,000mAh lithium rechargeable battery, and super light sensitive monocrystalline solar panel combined with our engineering team give us a quality advantage over past solar chargers that have been on the market.

RAYvolution’s added new features include:

Charging indictor gauge showing the capacity of the interior battery.

A full USB port for output charging allows it to charge any device that can be recharged through a USB cable

Compatibility includes all cell phones, smartphones, MP3 music players, digital cameras, GPS devices, Bluetooths, and reading tablets (such as iPad, Nook, and Kindle)

Rubberized casing giving it a sleek, upscale look, and easier handling.

Check out the new website and shopping cart. www.rayvolution.com



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