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juse-solar-nano-case-for-iphone-samsung-galaxy-iphonenessNow you can sit outside on a park bench and charge your mobile phone. JUSE announces the first perpetually powered solar nano case for smartphones.

“The power demands that consumers place on their mobile devices are exceeding the capabilities of the batteries found in them.” says Tom Lam, CEO of a new tech startup in Silicon Valley. “From Apps, Video Conferencing, Photos, GPS and Calls, consumers are dependent on their devices to work at all times. We can all relate to the problem of running out of power on our smartphones. It’s no longer a matter of inconvenience. In some extreme cases, it’s a matter of life or death.”

JUSE debuts its cases in North America but has a larger vision for its company.

Dubbed a solar nano case, the Juse collects energy from the sun, or even indirect light, and stores it in the case’s embedded nano battery to provide ongoing power to your phone that’s up to three times more efficient than traditional chargers.


”The case was created by PhD entrepreneurs and Silicon Valley veterans, which is evident in the beautiful streamlined design. In fact, it’s even better looking than a lot of regular charging cases out there. And it’s great that this solar case can even pull energy in low light situations, including those fluorescent office lights your phone may still be sitting under at work.

No need to worry, you don’t have to point your phone at the sun to charge it. That would just be silly.

The Juse solar powered charging case. is available for iPhone 5S, iPhone 6/6+, Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 models and can be pre-ordered for $79 for expected delivery in March 2015–if the project gets funded by its November 6 close date. For more information, check out the Juse Indiegogo campaign page.

Source: Cool Mom Tech