Mobile: American standard charger for the future

The article is via : 'was finally approved a standard universal chargers for mobile phones next generation. It will be possible from a few years, any load cell, with only one type of charger. The universal charger, will significantly reduce energy waste and pollution produced in the manufacture, transport and disposal.The new phones will be recharged through a plug Micro USB format already widely available on the market. Starting at mid-2010 start to appear on the market the first products adhering to the standard that you think you should say to the world in a few years. The new standard of MacBook Pro Adapter, which is called the UCS (Universal Charging Solution) was developed by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union): a UN organization, which deals with standards for telecommunications and the use of radio waves .Already in February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the GSMA (association of manufacturers and mobile operators such as Nokia, Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, AT & T, 3 Group, T-Mobile, Vodafone, Telefonica and Telecom Italy ) proposed a solution to the universal charger.The idea has also received widespread acclaim from the European Community, which noted the process for self-producers, saw no need to legislate in this regard and promised to oversee the production or A1184 Adapter.With UCS you will get a significant reduction in environmental impact due to the production of mobile phones. Each year will be issued 13.6 million tonnes less greenhouse gas will be produced and 51,000 tons of garbage in less technological. Also, the process of charging the phone will absorb 50% less energy by increasing efficiency of the new charger. Definitely a big step forward for a product which is now part of everyone's life and that with certainty redeem unanimous approval.More information? Apple A1175 battery Apple A1045 battery Apple A1078 battery Pricision M40 battery Pricision M50 battery PA3451U-1BRS Toshiba PA3284U-1BRS

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