A-Solar Doubles Battery Capacity for iPhoneBy A-solar, PRNE
Sunday, October 31, 2010
HOUTEN, The Netherlands, November 1, 2010 - The Dutch company A-solar has developed a series of Apple licensed solar
chargers for iPhone. A-solar combines the latest solar and battery technology
in their products. The high quality solar chargers for iPhone are equipped
with energy efficient solar cells which can charge the li-ion battery. Not
only can the internal battery of the solar charger for iPhone be recharged by
sun but also by USB. When there is no sunlight available you can still charge
your iPhone using the stored energy from the charger.
Since Apple launched the iPhone, more than 52 million iPhones have been
sold worldwide. "We get a lot of feedback from our customers who say they are
very satisfied with the usability and capabilities of the iPhone. However, a
complaint often heard is that the battery of the iPhone runs out of energy
quickly. Not surprising when iPhone users are calling, sending SMS, reading
e-mail and twittering all day long." says Ralph Both, director of A-solar.
The solar chargers for iPhone are ideal when you go on a business or
holiday trip, as more and more people depend on their iPhone. The big
advantage is that the A-solar chargers are easy to carry because they are
small and lightweight. So from now on the Apple iPhone can easily be
recharged by the power of the sun. The A-solar chargers for iPhone are
compatible with the iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4.
A-solar is a manufacturer of mobile energy solutions. They are
constantly developing new portable solar products. The company supplies the
retail market as well as the promotional market. Their products are
available through various (online) shops in the Netherlands, Belgium,
Germany, Italy, France and the United Kingdom.
For more information or to request images in response to this press release, please contact: Monique Both-van Wijk, Telefoon: +31-30-635-48-00/ Mobile: +31-6-15-031-570, Email: monique at a-solar.nl
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