Neah Power Systems, Inc. Introduces Power play as a Consumer Electronics Fuel Cell Recharging Solution

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Neah Power has developed PowerPlay™, a lightweight, portable fuel cell recharger designed for cell phones, smart phones, tablets or just about any portable consumer device.

Neah Power Systems, Inc., (OTCBB: NPWZ), a developer of power solutions using proprietary, award winning technology for the military, transportation, and portable electronic devices, introduced that it has developed PowerPlay™, a consumer oriented fuel cell recharging solution slated for full release in the Spring of 2013.

Using its larger PowerChip™ silicon based fuel cell processing expertise, Neah Power has developed PowerPlay™, a lightweight, portable fuel cell recharger designed for cell phones, smart phones, tablets or just about any portable consumer device. The PowerPlay™ features a small fuel cell without any of the pumps or moving parts found in Neah Power’s larger PowerChip™ products. These passive fuel cells use small interchangeable, refillable cartridges provide the fuel. Each cartridge is expected to supply enough power to charge a typical smart phone up to four times.

Neah Power Systems CEO, Dr. Chris D’Couto said “We are excited to be able to deploy the key elements of the PowerChip™ technology for this new architecture, leverage our existing infrastructure, and combine other proprietary developments for these compact, portable applications in the consumer market. We anticipate much interest in this product as we further define the go to market strategy to include both a direct to consumer approach as well as integrated distributive solution.”


About Neah Power
Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ.OB) is a developer of long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for the military, transportation, and portable electronics applications. Neah uses a unique, patented and award winning, silicon-based design for its PowerchipTM and PowerPlay™ micro fuel cells that enable higher power densities, lower cost and compact form-factors. Previous awards include the 2012 ZINO Green finalist, the 2010 WTIA finalist, and 2010 Best of What’s NewTM Popular Science and other awards. The Company’s micro fuel cell system can run in aerobic and anaerobic modes.

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