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Change Your Home Office to Your Outdoor Awesome Office with this Voltaic Bag

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Published on 01/10/2008 in
Updated 01/10/2008

 


There are plenty of goodies out there to be had, but for those of you that work from home, here’s a nifty gadget bag that will allow you to work indefinitely from a majestic area like the one above.

Some nerds over at Voltaic Systems have made that prospect a reality with this nifty solar laptop charging bag. Granted, you could purchase multiple laptop batteries and haul them around with you for the $599 retail price, though that would add some extra weight, and you’d no longer be the tech savvy dork in your hiking trip, you’d be the douche that overpacked. Couple this bag with a GSM modem, or some new WiMax and you’re good to go. Better yet, when it’s dark outside, your computer will sap energy from the battery in the bag which was charged during the day. Nice going nerds!

Available in a few months here from Voltaic Systems

Last modified: January 10, 2008

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This bag is really cool! I want one. I’m seriously going to check it out.

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How much do you think a portable solar/battery unit would be on its own? Significantly cheaper?

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Hey Jesse,

I don’t really know what you mean by portable solar/battery unit. I haven’t heard of one, but it sounds like a good idea to develop one. Go for it! However, if you wind up making this thing on your own, I’m gonna guess it would cost about.. $14,000.

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