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Solar Pages are Made to Clip into a Day Planner

by Shane McGlaun
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I’m a rather unorganized person, I tend to use sticky notes to remind myself of important things I need to do even though I have an iPhone on me just about all the time. Smartphones are meant to keep us organized mind you, but mostly I use mine for watching cat videos and various fail compilations on YouTube. In other words, it’s utilized as well as most people’s smartphones.

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Back in the day, if you wanted to be organized you used a day planner. That meant you had to actually write stuff in it. I had a day planner back in the day… it was blank. If you have one of those old day planners lying around, a new gadget will debut at CES 2015 called Solar Pages that may make you want to use it again. The product is a pair of solar panels that clip into your day planner.

The panels promise to recharge an iPhone 6 from dead to 100% in 2.5 hours. You can get a version with a pop out Lightning charger or microUSB connector for Android devices. Pricing is unknown at this time, but more details are coming at CES 2015.

[via Gizmodo]



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