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Green Tech

This year we saw a slight uptick in the green tech category-- solar-powered items and various handcrank mechanisms sprinkled throughout the show.

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At LG there is a focus on energy-saving screen technology.
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This solar-panelled Soulra ipod dock has a strap and is shaped like a purse-- what more do you need.
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Portable solar panel system you can fold up into it's own case, by Wagan Tech.
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Built for emergencies, off-grid living, or just wired-camping, this solar-panel system folds out "like a flower" from it's wheeled case with storage battery. Also by Wagan.
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These Red Cross themed emergency radios and flashlights are all powered by handcranks or solar panels.
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The Solarflare flashlight and lantern by Sentina.
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Eco Nation's foldable, battery-free speakers are dressed up in cardboard and recycled paper... that you will color with the included colored pencils.
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LG shares it's vision for a greener tomorrow.
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In the future we'll have solar-powered cell phones. The sooner the better if you ask me.

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