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What Solar Power Tables Will Wirelessly Power?...Your Tools!

Posted by SEPCO on 7/6/11 10:29 AM

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So there's this brand new direction flowing along side our obsession with the very best wi-fi products [1], and it's the best way to keep their electric batteries totally full. With a lot of the newer pads and tablet pcs, phones, and mobile computers the only common hassle is the most hassle-free method to keep them charged up. I started out questioning what I could do with many of these different units and now I ask myself what I would do with out them. I also worry every night whether I've got each one of them on their own proper wires and charging up for the day ahead.

When the techie items firstly hit the scene there were wires attached with the Flash plug-ins on the computer. This appeared like a quite innovative thought in my opinion originally. I was an admirer of the benefit with which one could simply connect the accessory in during the night while checking out email. Regrettably, like several things, this soon became a problem. How can I get my accessory with me throughout the house if it needs to stay plugged in at the portable computer?

Later followed the USB wall adapter. I went researching one of these soon once my 1st smart phone purchase. I wanted to plug it in to the wall in my bed room and so I would have it with me during the nighttime, but I did not have anything but the Usb charging cord to charge it. The next thing I realised, the wall adapter was coming with most of the units I acquired.

Over the last months, I have started to study and experience details associated with wire less recharging mats. From what I seen at first, they were needing special cases for the products to work with them. Just recently, this was removed. The world of wire-less recharging is getting ready to bust wide open.

We should instead put a pin in that theme. We will be back very soon. In the meantime, we need to talk about the significance of alternative concept [2]. Lots of naysayers to environment friendly tech will tell you it's tree-hugging talk to get individuals to acquire more expensive units and that it's all a silly effort mainly because none of the bad consequences are seriously taking effect. Whether or not that is true, the only issue with that argument is how many folks are in the earth. As a consequence of the amount of people existing on the planet and the number of them using coal and gas driven electrical energy, we have started to have a challenge. Now think of the number of them that will have kids and how that will grow the amount of men and women consuming electric energy and non-renewable fuels. The only possible reliable thing to try is for hi-tech to supply natural ways at the present that can become environmentally friendly preferences later [3].

With that said, ladies and gentleman, I introduce to you the 1st eco-friendly method to power wi-fi all of your portable products, Panasonic's innovative solar-powered wireless recharging table. Due to be revealed at the end of 2011 or early 2012, the brand new table will use solar powered energy accumulated by the solar panels on the face of the table to power the items placed on the table!
This is the potential future of a renewable photovoltaic technology that is Qi enabled.

What is Qi you may ask? Qi has been created by the wireless power trust as a standard specs to be implemented by the makers of recharging accessories, like our completely new table, and the products which they will charge, like your brand new smartphone that is touchscreen display enabled, reads information and has a foldout full-sized key board. This completely new Qi technological know-how has only been known since the beginning of this period, but everyone seems to be looking forward to swift integration and a score of gadget launches. Using Qi with older wifi gizmos is assured, and we will undoubtedly be listening more about Panasonic's innovative solar-powered wire-less recharging table and some other Qi facilitated chargers sooner.

If you want to learn more about solar energy and the way to integrate it in your life I would like to offer you these additional

- [1] Here you can review more in detail the information relating to the photovoltaic table. Geek.com is a blog site that is focused on tech news articles with discussion. It was the first to report the reports about the Panasonic's photovoltaic table (Photo Credit)

- [2] Here you could have a clear analysis concerning how to use solar powered energy to charge most unit's electric batteries (i.e. mobile phone, car batteries, etc...). If you are not in a position to spend the money for the expense to install a residential photovoltaic system, it might be a good beginning to introduce you to solar panels. 12voltsolarpanels.net is a 100 % free blog site managed by Hettie. She gives you her activities with www.12voltsolarpanels.net to help people create the transition from a full-time electrical energy dependence to a beneficial energy efficiency suggesting solar powered energy to people that need small battery chargers.

- [3] If you possibly can spend the money for the investment to setup solar panels for use on your property (or are eligible for solar tax credits or rebates), here some articles to help you see how solar energy panels work and the way to include them in your daily life. Poolsolarpanels.org is a non profits web site that is focused entirely on pool heating. Rosalind (the blog writer) uses to say that it is usually the initial step when choosing to employ solar powered energy. Most people begin with swimming pool solar panels and find out how solar panel products function, then want to go to photovoltaic for electric power.

About the Author:

Doctor Zara Dobson Twitter is a former post doctoral scientist at the College of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Scotland. She received a qualification in computing research and high-tech, and proceeded her research study into a Ph.D. working in the Biomedical and Multi media Information Tech at the University of Sydney, Australia. She was a rater for several leading journals in the sustainable energy field i.e. "Renewable Energy World". From '05 to the present she is a guest writer for sustainable energy online sites, personal blogs and community forums.

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