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EnerPlex's Surfr Series Smartphone Cases

Convert your smartphone into a solar-electric hybrid model with the new solar-powered Surfr Series smartphone cases from EnerPlex. With a Surfr case on your Samsung Galaxy S III or Apple iPhone 4 or 4S, you can set yourself free from the outlet and enjoy hours of extra talk/text/surf time thanks to an on-board internal battery and a series of copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) solar cells. The cases are thin (15mm thick for the Galaxy S III model) and light (69 grams), and their hardened plastic construction protects your smartphone from scratches and dings. A wall charger is included for indoor charging. EnerPlex products are the consumer side of Ascent Solar, a developer of thin-film CIGS solar technology.

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