Saturday, October 12, 2013

Nectar - Portable Mobile Power Lilliputian Systems

In this current modern technology devices and consumer electronics devices ( CE ), which have battery life and can not survive these devices charging when the battery is reduced . In this state, is seriously disappointing if no power source is available to charge these devices when needed. There should be no power in places like the trains available and there would be an end to our work. There is a solution to this situation Lilliputian Systems .
Lilliputian Systems launched its new project of mobile power systems , Nectar .
Nectar is the first portable power device in the world that supplies virtually all devices up to two weeks . A USB 2.0 device can connect to the nectar and loaded with any use of caps . Nectar has it all. Nectar is a device such as a wall so, but in their pockets.

Nectar is a plug - Less ' lightweight portable device that can power electronic devices such as mobile phones, tablets , MP3 players and Bluetooth headsets, digital cameras and many other devices.
Some things about Nectar :


  • Freed from the power outlets.
  • It can supply power for CE devices up to 2 weeks.
  • 6 times more efficient than ordinary plugs .
  • Portable and environment - friendly .
  • Recyclable , not expensive , easy to use .
  • Function " Instant Upload .


Nectar has a weight of 200 g , with a sheath weight of 35 g . If the phone is out of battery , All you need to do is insert the pod , connect the device with the USB cable and go. There, there is no need to worry about charging for 2 weeks. Instant Nectar can also recharge with an option available on the device .





The end user of Nectar There is no use of an output for providing power to the device , without having to leave your gear here for hours . Users can easily bring your own device in your pocket with the output power at the same time.
These are the members of Lilliputian Systems . Ken Lezarus - President and CEO , Mike Umana - CFO , Sam Schaevitz - Founder and CTO . TechSoulz would like to thank the Lilliputian System team for the birth of nectar.

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