It may seem ridiculous after the arctic conditions of late, but Scosche Industries has unveiled a solar powered Bluetooth speakerphone. The solCHAT offers a handsfree option for drivers while having the added bonus of being eco-friendly. The solCHAT works by absorbing sunlight into its integrated solar panel while attached to the cars windscreen or sun visor. Should the British weather remain as sun-free as ever, the solCHAT can also be charged with the boxed-in backup USB charging cable and car adaptor. In addition, when there is sunlight, the solCHAT can store the energy for up to a year within its internal Lithium-ion battery. So you should always be good to talk.
Once the solCHAT has been paired to their mobile via Bluetooth consumers will also be able to summon their contacts by simply speaking their name (so long as their phone is compatible), while incoming calls will also be read to them via the called ID.
The solCHAT is available from www.eoutlet.co.uk for £59.99.