Anyone who has ever run out of battery juice at the most inopportune times will be very interested in infinityPV’s newest HeLi-on phone charger. It's slim enough to fit into your pocket, but it expands in a flourish of flexible printed solar cells to power up your device.
The HeLi-on uses innovative organic photovoltaic, or OPV, technology in the form of solar cells printed onto flexible plastic film that can be unraveled easily when charging and rolled away during storage. The technology is borne from 15 years of infinityPV research, free of toxic substances or costly production machinery. Whether you are charging your device directly from the sun or using power stored in the charger’s battery, you can be fully up and running again in just 2-3 hours. The charger is also compatible with any device that charges using a USB port.
Being the world’s most compact solar charger is no small feat and infinityPV is in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign to fully fund the product’s launch. Early bird prices are still available for the HeLi-on charger, starting at around $90 for the device and free international shipping. The company, located in Denmark, is at the forefront of innovative solar technology and meeting tech-savvy consumer needs.
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