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PowerFilm wants to roll out the LightSaver Max portable solar charger

lightsaver-maxThe modern day road warrior does bring with him or her a fair number of gadgets and mobile devices, all in the name of being connected to the rest of the world, not to mention ready to meet any kind of unforeseen circumstances with a technological solution at hand. Well, one thing is for sure — as the sheer amount of functionality increases with each of these new generation devices, the battery life will also need to be improved in order to keep up with the additional workload, so to speak. However, there are moments when there is no available power outlet to juice up tired devices, what are you to do then? A solar charger of sorts would definitely come in handy, and this is the exact solution that PowerFilm has come up with, in the form of the LightSaver Max portable solar charger.

The LightSaver Max portable solar charger is an Indiegogo project, which means it will need to meet its financial goals before it is realized. However, it does look as though it is on track, and should be able to roll off production lines in due time. No longer do you need to experience the hassle of hunting down a power source in order to charge up while you are enjoying yourself in the great outdoors. It does not matter whether you need the additional juice on the spot to attend to a work email or a call from a loved one, the LightSaver Max portable solar charger should be able to provide such an opportunity.

The LightSaver Max intends to be an all-in-one solar charger that is not only lightweight, but is still able to pack quite the punch. After all, the LightSaver Max will include an amorphous silicon panel and a built in 15,600 mAh internal battery to get the job done, enabling everyone from hikers to military members to charge electronic devices wherever they may be, regardless of whether it is day or night. It tips the scales at a mere 1.5 pounds, and boasts of U.S. military approved solar and easily fits in a travel pack.

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