The main problem that the iPhone seemed to have received multiple complaints for has now been solved. The USA Solar and Digital Communications Technologies, also known by its brand name “Muzatch,” developed a small but powerful solar energy device meant for the iPhone. Besides the Apple iPhone series, the solar power station is also fitted for the iPod and iPod nano.
Willie E. Nason, solarologist/founder/co-CEO, USA Solar and Digital Communications Technologies LLC, says, “With the need to move towards a more energy efficient nation, by investing in renewable sources of energy, it was imperative that we seek solar energy not only for our homes and businesses, but our electronic devices as well, and make it affordable.”
The “Muzatch” solar charger, called MZH-SP-1200, was designed in order to reach a more efficient energy source and to approach the most used electronic devices worldwide, PRNnewswire relates. The new device has over 2,000 uses in a lifetime, which is evaluated at four years with a continued daily use.
“It's almost unbelievable that something so small and compact can produce so much electrical power. To be able to instantly charge not only your iPhone, but iPod and Nanos, it's simply Amazing,” Jay Yenter, CEO, The Muzatch Co., a division of USA Solar and Digital Communications Technologies LLC, says. He continues, “Especially in cases of emergency, or loss of power, no longer will you have to be tethered to your electrical a/c connection or care charger.”
The innovation is saluted as being one of the most trusted solutions to boost the iPhone’s battery power. With over 95% of all Americans using mobile phones and laptops, and over 40 million iPhone users, losing power can be at least frustrating. Especially in cases of emergency, when a phone can be a life-savior. Solar energy will be the best and only way to continue to operate and communicate with the various emergency agencies, as well as family and friends, PRNewsWire adds.
The Muzatch Co. is the company leading the way in developing the latest in new solar energy products.