Brilliant Engineer Builds Power Bank to Charge Laptops, Phones, Light Bulbs and More

Brilliant Engineer Builds Power Bank to Charge Laptops, Phones, Light Bulbs and More

  • Robert Nsoh, a genius Ghanaian engineer has built a power bank that provides 24/7 light and at least four times laptop recharging
  • EcoMini+ has a laptop slot for recharging all kinds of laptops and a DC-3 V slot where you can plug in the bulbs for lighting
  • The device also has an input slot where you plug the solar panel during the day for recharging the power bank

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A Ghanaian engineer, Robert Nsoh, has built a power bank called EcoMini+ that provides the user with 24/7 light and at least four times laptop recharging.

The device is purposely for laptops and other low-consumption devices like smartphones and light bulbs.

Nsoh told Myjoyonline that EcoMini+ has a ''laptop slot for recharging all kinds of laptops and a DC-3 V slot where you can plug in the bulbs for lighting''.

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Ghanaian engineer builds power bank.
Photos of Robert Nsoh posing behind his newly built power bank. Credit: myjoyonline.com
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''You also have an input slot where you plug the solar panel during the day for recharging of the power bank,'' he added.

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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ecocent E-Waste Recycling Limited also built the EcoMini, a light, and phone power bank with a moderate price and can provide 12 hours of continuous lighting and over 10 times smartphones recharging.

See the photos below:

Ghanaian engineer Robert Nsoh builds power bank called EcoMini (plus)
Photo of Robert Nsoh posing with EcoMini (plus). Credit: myjoyonline.com
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Ghanaian engineer builds power bank called EcoMini (plus)
Photo of EcoMini (plus). Credit: myjoyonline.com
Source: UGC

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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