Solar Backpack

Id-dinja timxi pjuttost malajr dawn il-ġranet, u bħala riżultat, il-bniedem modern huwa kostanti fuq il-go minn post għall-ieħor. -miġja ta 'l-cell phone u l-laptop għamlu us saħansitra aktar mobbli. teknoloġija avvanzata tant li n-nies issa jistgħu jieħdu x-xogħol tagħhom magħhom, Unchained minn cubicles tagħhom. aktar u aktar oqsma pubbliċi huma hooked il-web dinjija permezz tal-Internet mingħajr fili, li tippermetti lin-nies biex jgħaqqdu f'parkijiet, ħwienet tal-kafè u plazas. inti ma jistgħux jimxu 10 pied (3 metri) fil-belt kbira f'dawn il-jiem mingħajr ma jaraw xi ħadd għeluq ftehim fuq cell phone, tfittex l-internet bil-PDA jew iċċekkjar e-mail fuq laptop. hemm ebda dubju li din hija dinja diġitali u portabbli ngħixu.
The problem with this kind of technology is that it all requires juice to make it happen. as advanced as these handheld devices are, every PDA, cell phone and MP3 player on Earth is limited by its battery life. the most advanced pocket computer you could imagine becomes nothing more than a paperweight once the battery runs out.
But take heart, tech-man – there’s a solution. some smart people have married solar cell technology with the old-fashioned backpack to create a charging station you can take along with you. all you need is a little sunshine and time, and you’ll never be short on battery life again. solar-powered backpacks are the latest travel gadgets in the tech world to make sure you stay connected.