Samsung Introduced New Eco Remote That Uses Radio Wave For Charging

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The Consumer Electronics Show 2022 is on the cards; it will begin on January 5. Every company whether major or small is waiting for the event to display their best products, but Samsung is not. The company has begun providing details about its product lineup for CES 2022. The lineup includes the likes of the latest smart TVs and monitors. Besides that, the company has also announced a new eco-friendly remote for CES 2022.

As previously discussed, Samsung has revealed a new Eco Remote that uses radio waves for charging its batteries. The remote features capabilities to harvest RF. In layman terms, it means that the remote can absorb small amounts of Radio Frequency released by other devices in homes, including Wi-Fi routers, radios, and wireless telephones. After absorbing, it converts these waves into electrical energy. On the other hand, standard remotes use AAA size batteries for electric current. Once you fit in those batteries then only can use the remote for controlling other devices.

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According to the Verge, alongside featuring RF harvesting capabilities, the Eco Remote might also feature abilities to juice up using indoor and outdoor light. Moreover, the remote is made using recycled materials so it is environment friendly.

As for the availability, the remote will arrive in two color options- Black and White. However, we will have to wait to see whether Samsung will ship the remote alongside its new lifestyle TVs or users will have to buy it separately.

This is the second Eco Remote from Samsung

It is important to note that the new Eco remote is not the first from Samsung. The company previously introduced an Eco Remote at CES 2021. That remote could be charged using solar energy.

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