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Old 02-17-2008, 02:15 AM
Default Solar Charger-New Product Alert

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From: "sales1" <sales1@superress.com>
Reply-To: <sales1@superress.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 11:48:56 +0800

Dear Sirs,

Thanks for your kind attention. Pls help and pass to the right person if you are not responsible for this.

We would like to introduce here our latest portable solar laptop charger, a very convenient and environmental battery charger. It is a good partner for outing and remote operation. It can power or charge your laptop any time or anywhere so long as there is sunshine, with its 40W/20V’s solar panel; 14V/5AH’ built in battery and 19V/3A’s output. Besides laptop, it also solves your power problem for your mobile phone/DC/DV/ipod/mp3/game player and etc. It can even charge your car or auto-boat and be your power source for the communication station. What is more? An optional function of 3W/80LM will even light up your dark outing night.

We have many other solar products like solar power system/solar light/solar bag/solar traffic warning series and etc. You can go to our website www.cleannergy.com or our show room http://solarpower.manufacturer.globalsources.com/si/6008826132683/Homepage.htm

Pls don't be hesitate to contact with me should you have any questions about our products.

Thanks and best regards,

Respectfully yours,

Danny Zhang
Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd
Tel: +86-755-26444492/26384603
Fax: +86-755-26444689
E-mail: zdfdan@163.com or solar@cleannergy.com
Website, www.cleannergy.com

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