Something to look forward to: Blue Tiger recently unveiled a headset that uses solar power for unlimited use without the need for conventional charging. The company is positioning it as a high quality headset for use on the go. It grabbed attention at CES 2022 this week and is slated to launch this spring, but without any word on pricing.
The Blue Tiger Solare helmet uses a Powerfoyle solar cell headband to stay continuously charged under indoor and outdoor lighting. Blue tiger designed for constant use while driving.
According to Exeger, Urbanista and Adidas also have solar energy headphones that use its Powerfoyle technology. Cycling clothing company POC also uses Powerfoyle for the built-in solar-powered lights in its bike helmet.
The Solare has 97% noise reduction, can operate between -40 and 122 degrees Fahrenheit, and uses Bluetooth 5.1 with a range of 300 feet. It is compatible with Siri and Google Assistant. Blue Tiger also claims that the helmet meets the MIL-STD-810 military specification for ruggedness in extreme environments, but that is not necessarily the case. medium it has undergone actual military tests.
The CES 2022 Innovation Awards recognized Solare as the winner, calling it a military grade helmet that runs on sustainable energy. Other laureates include AMD’s Ryzen 6000 series mobile processors, a self-contained drone for taking selfies, some of LG’s new TVs, a vital signs sensor for vehicle passengers, a reading light designed to help people with dyslexia and much more. others.