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Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2007/04/27 - Solar powered backpack allows charging of cell phones, PDAs, and iPod in room lighting - V-Dimension.com.
V-Dimension introduces the Helius solar backpack, a truly innovative product that will forever change the way people use their backpacks. The V-Dimension bag utilizes light optimizing technology, which allows you to conveniently charge your iPods, cell phones, PDAs, etc. in room light or sunlight. The spacious and durable backpack can be used by anyone from hikers to students.
Using exclusive technology, the Helius optimizes the power of light using only one small solar panel. The backpack is fashionable and practical while the technology that powers it remains inconspicuous.
“We’re so excited to introduce the Helius to the world,” says V-Dimension President Erez Margalit. “The technology involved is unparalleled and we refuse to sacrifice style, so the final package is a modern, attractive, functional backpack that anyone would love.”
V-Dimension offers much more efficient technology than that of its competitors, allowing the V-Dimension to achieve the same charging power with less silicon solar area on the bag. Competitors need three solar panels attached together to achieve the same charging power that the V-Dimension’s one small solar panel provides. The result is the V-Dimension is a much more practical, esthetically pleasing bag than the bulky eyesores that its competitors offer. Additionally, this also makes the V-Dimension more cost-effective than its competitors because the solar panel(s) constitute a substantial portion of the cost.
The Patented technology improves solar efficiency allowing significant amount of energy to be stored even with low levels of indoor lighting. This means that the V-Dimension allows you to charge your small technological devices using indoor lighting.
The backpack can be purchased online and from various retailers. It retails for $149.95.
V-Dimension (v-dimension.com) specializes in the making of solar backpacks, which allow you to charge your small electronic devices inside your backpack powered by light. The company was founded in 2005. The founding team includes engineers with many years of experience in solar and optical technology. Included in this team are a Nasa/JPL deep space mission engineer and former Caltech professor. The product is made in the U.S.A and is the standard size and weight of a typical backpack.