We are all about saving the ozone, so we are all going Green by using natural resources, renewable energy and saving power and So has a Romania-based engineering student Stephen Shepeleff at the Transylvania University of Brasov, he designed the Solar Powered Headphone which also has bluetooth connectivity.
According to his design, the solar panel at the top of the headphone will charge two removable rechargeable NiMH batteries with an electric capacity of 800mAh and operating voltage of 1.2V. A fully charged headphone will give up to 40 hours of playback. One hour of sunlight on the Q-Sound Headphone gives it more than 2.67 hours of working at maximum volume selection.
These Eco Headphones are developed from flexible plastic while the inner pieces are made from rubber-based materials. The outer part of the headphone including the solar panel has a hexagonal layout design which gives the headphone a stylish and futuristic look.
The Q-Sound Solar Powered Headphone also has Bluetooth Connectivity that will work with any bluetooth enabled devices such as MP3 Players and other digital audio players. Here is a great highlight of the Q-Sound Solar Headphone, if connected to a bluetooth-enabled cellphone, the headphone can answer your calls as well but my question is “and talk through what mic?”, just in case your media playing device doesn’t have bluetooth connectivity then there is a 3.5mm stereophonic jack plug on the headphone.