Oregon Scientific unveils solar-charged weather station (at approx. Rs. 2,477) and projection clock (price undercover)

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29 - Mar - 2010
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29 - Mar - 2010
Oregon Scientific unveils solar-charged weather station (at appro...

Oregon Scientific is famours for unleashing a handful of new technologically distinct gadgets every year. True to their fame, a pair of new products have been released this year from their production stable. Although there is no scope to expect a completely new technological marvel, these products seem to catch the attention of the tech savvy, who have elusive and distinct tastes for tech-gadgets.

Oregon Scientific's solar-powered weather station and projection clock

Up first on the list, is the new ECO Solar Projection Clock that is equipped with a detachable solar panel and an integrated projector which beams the time image to be displayed onto a close-by wall. Second on the gadget geek's hit-list, is the neat and compactly designed Helios Weather Station that is armed with a built-in solar panel. The solar panel specializes in forecasting the weather conditions for the next 12 hours within the user's local area. It also has the ability to display indoor/outdoor temperatures and humidity for up to 3 locations around the user's present location. It is said that the solar projection clock will be available at an undisclosed price from April 2010. But, the Helios Weather Station is up for grabs now, at just $54.99, which roughly translates to Rs. 2,477.

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