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Eco-Friendly Mobile Phone – Sony Ericsson Elm

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on September 8th, 2010

Sony Ericsson Elm

I’ve had the good fortune to review a new eco-friendly mobile phone by Sony Ericsson. The Sony Ericsson Elm looks like just any other full-featured mobile phone, but has a whole raft of eco-friendly features. Features include use of recycled plastics, electronic manual on the phone, no hazardous chemicals, minimised packaging and water-based paints. (more…)

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Solar Power Sleeve Charging Case For iPhone 3G / 3GS

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on April 28th, 2010

Solar Power Sleeve Charging CaseThis Solar Power Sleeve Charging Case has been designed to be used with 3G and 3GS iPhones. By Simply placing the solar panel in direct sunlight to charge you can help to provide your iPhone’s battery a boost when needed.

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Eco Friendly Mobile Phone By Daizi Zheng For Nokia

By Anita (EnviroGadget Writer) on January 14th, 2010

Eco Friendly Phone For Nokia By Daizi Zheng That Is Sugar Powered

This conceptual mobile phone designed by Daizi Zheng aims to replace conventional mobile batteries with an eco friendly version. It was designed for Nokia as a phone battery that is cheaper to produce, uses less resources in its production and its life time of use, while also being able to be disposed of in an environmental manner.

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LG GD510 Pop phone with Solar Panel

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on October 9th, 2009

LG GD510 Pop Solar Panel Phone

LG have launched a new phone called the LG GD510, nicknamed “Pop”, which is a touchscreen cellphone with a 3” WQVGA screen, large solar panel on the back, and a 3MP camera with autofocus technology. The LG GD510 has been designed to offer a rich, but limited, set of features in a compact and easy to use mobile phone, which is targeted at consumers who want a touchscreen phone without all the bells and whistles or the eye-watering price tag.

The LG GD510 Solar Panel case is now finally available! Just £24.99 plus delivery! (more…)

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DIY Eco-Friendly Phone Charger Dock

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on July 23rd, 2009

DIY Eco-Friendly Phone Charger Complete

If you love a little DIY gadgetry, then take a look at this simple Eco-Friendly Mobile Phone Charger gadget. You put your mobile phone inside and connect it to the phone charger to charge it up. To electrically switch off the charger (so that it doesn’t use any energy), you simply close the lid! (more…)

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Affordable Samsung Crest E1107 Solar-Powered Cellphone

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on June 18th, 2009

Samsung Crest E1107 Solar Cellphone

Samsung’s first solar-powered mobile phone has just started hitting the market, which is a dual band phone with a solar panel on the back. The phone features a 800mAh battery, which gives 5 to 10 minutes talk time for each 1 hour of sunlight reaching the solar panel. The Samsung Crest E1107 Solar-Powered Cellphone has been designed with affordability in mind, with reports that it’s already available in India for just $59 according to Unwired View. (more…)

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Recycled Plastic Motorola MOTO W233 Renew

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on May 1st, 2009

Motorola MOTO W233 Renew

With how pervasive mobile phones are, it’s about time there was a phone that was completely green. The Motorola MOTO W233 Renew is a phone made from recycled plastic, made from 100% recyclable materials, comes with eco-friendly packaging, RoHS compliant, and comes with a postage-paid envelope so that you can send your old phone back for recycling. (more…)

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Samsung Blue Earth Eco-Phone

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on March 5th, 2009

Samsung Eco-Friendly Cellphone Blue Earth

Samsung have announced an eco-friendly mobile phone that has been made from a recycled plastic called PCM, which is recycled from plastic water bottles. The handset and phone charger are completely free of toxic nasties, such as Brominated Flame Retardants, Beryllium and Phthalate. The phone is fitted with a solar panel on the back of the phone, which is designed to ensure you always have enough power to make a phone call. (more…)

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GettaGrip Musclephone – Hand-powered Mobile Phone

By Dan (EnviroGadget Writer) on December 24th, 2008

GettaGrip Musclephone Squeeze Phone

In the spirit of hand-powered eco gadgets, the GettaGrip Musclephone needs 40 seconds of squeezing time to give the internal battery a full charge. (more…)

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