CES 2017 Digital News

Goal Zero introduced a collection of next-generation products

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Written by Kamil Arli

If you’re an outdoors enthusiast, a homeowner who wants to have backup power available on demand, or a tech fan who hates the thought of a dead battery miles from the nearest electrical outlet, you probably know Goal Zero. The company sets the standard for solar-generated power solutions and its distinctive green and black color scheme is immediately recognizable.

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IF YOU WANT TO GET A FEEL FOR WHAT THE COMPANY DOES?

If you want to get a feel for what the company does, I’ve reviewed several Goal Zero products recently, including the Torch 250 Flashlight, Nomad 7 Plus solar panel and Rock Out 2 wireless speaker (released in partnership with Woolrich).

AT CES 2017, GOAL ZERO INTRODUCED A COLLECTION OF NEXT GENERATION PRODUCTS

At CES 2017, Goal Zero introduced a collection of next-generation products, improving on some favorites while adding a company first gasoline-powered generator.

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Yeti Lithium 3000 Portable Power Station

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Yeti Lithium 3000 Portable Power Station (Credit: Goal Zero)

Goal Zero’s Yeti line of portable power stations are designed to provide the power to charge portable electronics, run lights or even power small appliances off the grid. They are zero emission, zero noise and can be recharged using optional solar panels or by plugging in. The new high capacity Yeti Lithium 3000 provides the power for everything from camping to emergency backup or tailgating. It’s maintenance free and the battery can be swapped for a new one when it reaches the end of its lifespan, significantly reducing replacement costs.

Yeti Fuel

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Yeti Fuel (Credit: Goal Zero)

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Kamil Arli

Editor of DigitalReview.co. Digital Media Consultant

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