Several towns in Africa are without electricity, thereby cutting them off from the ‘global village.’ As a result, people are unable to use the equipment for amusement and information that rely mostly on electricity, such as radio and television.
With the help of an innovative technology developed by a Zimbabwean named Maxwell Chikumbutso, this problem is going to be solved. According to the Herald, he is the founder of Saith Holdings Inc., which has made headlines for its numerous innovations, including electric cars and a multi-fueled helicopter.
Now, the inventor has developed a cordless television set. Chikumbutso, according to the Herald newspaper, succeeded in embedding a wireless power generator that uses radio frequency (RF) energy on a 55-inch UHD Samsung TV set, removing the need for power cables, on-grid power, and the size of the TV power supply gadgets.