Samsung Eco charges wirelessly
Samsung Eco charges wirelessly

At CES 2022, Samsung introduced the new Eco Remote, the first remote control that can use a wireless charging router.

The company's first eco-friendly remote control, unveiled at CES last year, offers consumers a new option for solar charging.

But this year's eco remote is a huge upgrade. By collecting RF energy from the wireless router, the remote control does not require a traditional battery.

And there is no battery in the eco-friendly remote control. Instead, it contains a capacitor that can store a small amount of electricity collected from any 2.4GHz radio frequency signal within a 40-meter range.

That's a lot of coverage. This means that this technology has an advantage over other wireless charging options that are commonly used for smartphones and other small devices.

The new Eco remote also supports solar charging options. This means that in the event of a router failure or if you cannot receive radio frequency signals, you can always place the remote control under a lamp or other main light source to charge it.

Samsung devices use wireless networks to stay charged

Although these concepts have been discussed in the past, it is difficult to remember other consumer devices that use radio frequencies to recover energy.

There is no need to charge the remote control or change the battery, which provides additional convenience.

The new Samsung Eco remote control is available in black or white. Unlike last year's Eco remote, it's only black.

It is made of recycled materials. It also comes with all of the company's 2022 QLED 4K and 8K TVs.

As with the original remote control, the goal here is to get rid of the AAA batteries. The company had previously estimated that switching to solar remote controls could save 99 million old batteries in seven years.

Also explore other ways to self-charge the built-in battery. For example, take advantage of the kinetic energy that arises when the remote control vibrates. In addition to the vibration energy generated when using the microphone to pick up sound.

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