Plug and play solar generator offers iPod sound
The generator claims to enable the user to access free electricity on the go and can accommodate up to four plugs with an iPod sound system.
As well as powering low energy home lighting and electronic devices – such as TVs, stereos, games consoles, laptops, phones , hair dryers, power tools – the SolarSDS stand-alone energy source is ideal where remote sourced electricity is required and where there is no, or an unreliable, grid network etc.
AceOn is in the process of setting up distribution deals around the world and Technical Consultant Neil Turner said: "We envisage that most of our sales will be in Africa, basically where the grid is poor. However we see big opportunities in the middle east due to the vast number of campers who visit the desert weekly as well as servicing our home market in the UK & Europe."
The SolarSDS, which won an UKTi Award, can be purchased for £400.
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