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Say good bye to extra weight from carrying batteries when you go off-grid for days. Here's a clean, viable solution for business users who travel away from grid to deliver rural services, or for extreme endurance sports, or for hobbyists, and need to keep their smartphones, tablets, cameras, sports devices etc up and running throughout. The affordable, lightweight mPowerpad is capable for charging up 2 iPhones with 6 hours worth of sunlight, and using a unique gesture-based control, provides additional functions indispensable for off-grid living.

mPowerpad, the world's first all-in-one portable solar charger by Singapore-based 'Most Eco-friendly Start-up"

What: New Innovation at Clean Energy Expo Asia 2011:

· World's first all-in-one portable solar charger by Singapore-based 'Most Eco-friendly Start-up'

Where: Booth F05, Suntec City Hall 401, Singapore

When: 1-3 November

mPowerpad - the world's first multi-function portable solar charger with gesture-based control - is set to launch at Clean Energy Expo Asia 2011 next week.

Rugged, lightweight and offering a serious, affordable renewable-power solution like no other solar chargers in the market, mPowerpad enables users operating away from the grid to keep their digital devices and critical equipment up and running. On a single full charge from less than 6 hours of sunlight, mPowerpad goes on to charge up two iPhones.

In addition, using a unique gesture-based interface, mPowerpad delivers several functions essential for off-the-grid living, like light and radio.

Third Wave Power, helmed by former Hewlett-Packard executives VS Hariharan and Lim Chuin Kiat, was recently named 'Most Eco-friendly Start-up' at Techventure 2011 in Singapore. The company is backed by commercial incubator Small World Group and Singapore's National Research Foundation.

A Singapore innovation, mPowerpad will be demonstrated at CEEA 2011, Booth F05, Suntec City Hall 401, Singapore, 1-3 November.

Co-founders Hariharan and Chuin Kiat will also present a session 'Making solar power portable and useful' at 11.00-11.45 am on 2 November at CEEA's Tech Talk Room 1.

For more info or to schedule a demo or interview, please visit http://www.thirdwavepower.com


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