While the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is still in the shadows of the coronavirus threat this year, that doesn’t mean some motoring companies in the consumer market aren’t taking the opportunity to blow up this year’s biggest gunpowder. Samsung, among other things, brought a renewed TV remote control to the event.
The TV remote controls have not changed significantly for decades, their design and operation are extremely goal-oriented, and therefore not particularly exciting. Sometimes, however, solutions such as Samsung’s Eco Remote, introduced last year, which uses a solar-powered power source instead of alkaline batteries, come to market.
A new generation version of this Eco Remote will be available soon, adding a new charging process to the device’s repertoire. Accordingly, the new Eco Remote can already charge with the energy of the radio signal emitted by WiFi routers – this type of wireless charging method has been tried several times before on a wide variety of devices, but results can be achieved with low-power electronics such as such as a TV remote control.
The new Ecp Remote can still be charged with solar energy or even indoor light, but it’s sure to include a Type-C USB port in case there is no WiFi router nearby and the remote is resting somewhere out of the light. periods.
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