Released barely three months ago, the solar power pack, produced by Solardyne Corporation, a private corporation, and weighing less than 11 kilogrammes provides the users with 120 watt-hour power a day. It has multiple uses and can be operated and transported by a single person says a report on the news website www.enn.com. After charging for six hours with the unit's solar photovoltaic panel, the solar power pack can run a laptop computer for three hours or its own high-efficiency light for 14 hours. The head of Solardyne Corporation, came up with the idea for the solar backpack when he ran out of camera batteries while exploring Malaysia and the Maldives.
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