Paper-thin solar panel turns print ad into a smartphone charger

Paper-thin solar panel turns print ad into a smartphone charger

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If Forbes magazine can offer free wifi through a print ad, it stands to reason that other useful technologies could be embedded into publications. Sure enough, the Solar Ad Charger campaign has utilised a paper-thin solar panel to provide Brazilian beachgoers with a portable phone-charging device.

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