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FLAT SOLAR POWER PANEL LETS YOU TRAVEL 'GREEN' WITH VIDEO GAMES AND NEVER BUY ANOTHER BATTERY

 LOS ANGELES, Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Most travelers love playing with their own familiar video game portables on the road and in the air, relying on their favorite game titles to fill in all the waiting time in airports and hotel rooms. The problem is, power-hungry portables run dry on the road, and a long vacation or business trip can drain batteries quickly. Now NAKI Electronics, manufacturer of "accessories" for all major video game systems, offers a solar solution for gamers on the go.
 Called the Solar Pak, now available at electronics and toy stores, this easy to use, flat solar panel slips onto the back of the Nintendo GameBoy portable to provide an environmentally sound, cost-effective solution to keeping power available. Just rely on the sun's "free" power to play games on the road.
 Another version of the Solar Pak, for Sega's color Game Gear portable, will be available for gamers at the end of the year, according to David Naghi, NAKI vice president.
 Both units are easily charged up with an average amount of available light, and a special switch keeps the unit from overcharging, explained Naghi. Lightweight, the thin design adds relatively little bulk to the playing portable. The Solar Pak for GameBoy costs about $39.
 If this creative "`green' solution" to your travel power needs isn't enough, NAKI also offers a full family of battery paks to keep those games running. For example, the new NAKI Car Adapter plugs into your game portable and your car cigarette lighter to provide an endless power source for traveling game players. The car adapter costs only $9.99.
 Other choices include NAKI's Turbo Twins, an ergonomically designed playgrip/battery charger that offers up to seven hours of play on one charge. Turbo Twins, was recently featured at the Consumer Electronics Show, the industry's showcase, as one of its most innovative products, according to the Electronics Industry Association.
 NAKI Electronics also makes special playgrip/chargers for the Atari Lynx, the GameBoy and other games products.
 For further information on the Solar Pak and video game accessories designed for travelers, color or B/W photos contact Cindy Olson, The Morgan Group Public Relations, 212-675-6665.
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 /CONTACT: Cindy Olson, The Morgan Group Public Relations, 212-675-6665/


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