Phoenix Computer systems has announced that it is building solar-powered computer systems that are “designed to run on batteries and/or batteries alone.”
In an interview with Polygon, Phoenix CEO Matt Gough said that the solar-solar technology is “coming soon.”
“We’re very excited about the opportunity for our customers to take advantage of solar power and the ability to do things that they never could before,” he said.
“We’ve got solar panels that are actually solar-assisted with energy harvesting.
They’re able to run completely on battery power.
So, the laptop that we’ve designed is really designed to be efficient and to be able to do these kinds of things. “
What we’ve seen is that solar panels on laptops that are solar powered can get very efficient.
The company has already built a prototype laptop that runs on a solar battery system, and it also recently introduced its own laptop computer, the Phoenix Bamboo, which uses solar panels and an embedded battery to run a “low-power” system that uses “a small fraction of the power of a traditional laptop.” “
It’s very exciting to see it coming.”
The company has already built a prototype laptop that runs on a solar battery system, and it also recently introduced its own laptop computer, the Phoenix Bamboo, which uses solar panels and an embedded battery to run a “low-power” system that uses “a small fraction of the power of a traditional laptop.”
Gough says the company has received a “thousands of applications” for solar-based computer systems and that “we’re now looking at more than a dozen potential customers.”
He did not offer any details on the price of the systems.
The Phoenix Babbage’s battery-free, laptop-like design is similar to those on a number of other solar-energy-focused laptop computers that are in the works.
The company announced a solar-power system that has been in development for a few years, and a solar power system that will eventually be used in an Apple Watch-powered smartwatch.
The project is being led by solar entrepreneur and entrepreneur Marc Randazza.
“The Phoenix Bamboos will be a true successor to Apple’s existing SolarEdge, a solar laptop with battery-sustaining technology, and we will be developing a fully integrated, integrated system for the iPhone, as well,” Randazz said in a statement.
“Our goal is to create an innovative, fully integrated system that provides an exceptional user experience for iPhone users, and also enables users to work anywhere and work anywhere, anywhere, anytime.”