Powerpack365 is the new way of power supply. It has solar cells and light emitting technology. It will be used to power electrical devices and gadgets during the whole year, or 365 days. The solar cells produce a lot of energy. That energy will be wirelessly transferred into smartphones, tablets and other devices. The price is expected to be from $200, for smaller Powerpack365 that can be used for devices and gadgets, and more than $50.000 for much bigger power system. The bigger package will be used for domestic or commercial purposes.
This is just a concept, but there are some indicators that Powerpack365 will become a reality. It is green and it is useful. With it, users don’t have to use conventional power supplies. Everything about it is unique and different. The design is very futuristic and interesting. In fact, we can say it looks like it came from the space.
Users who have just a few devices and don’t plan to use Powerpack365 for serious use, can use smaller package. It is cheaper, but it can satisfy your needs. On the other side, if you want to power the whole household with Powerpack365, you will need a bigger system.
In the future, every household will be independent, thanks to systems like Powerpack365. This means that there will be no more need for energy grid and power plants. After all, the sun gives us more than enough energy. All we must do is harvest and use that energy. Now, there are systems that can help you a bit. They are no very effective, but they can reduce your energy bill. Soon, we will have green systems that will be much more effective.




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