Orange has declared the first Bluetooth handset in UK which works on solar power. The user will have no problem with regards to the battery any more since the headset works on solar power.
Bluetooth handset is made by iqua and is called ‘603 SUN’. The iqua 603 SUN has a solar strip on the exterior that charges the headset on direct or indirect sunlight even while talking or listing to music.
It has a volume button on the side. Through this button the user can answer, end or redial a call and can also switch between calls.
The users can use the headset even in the dark. Iqua 603 SUN when fully charged can work in the dark for nine hours, while in the direct sunlight; it can increase the talk time up to 12 hours. When the Bluetooth headset is in standby mode it will work for 200 hours.
Iqua 603 SUN is available in the UK via orange for £49.99.