HARARE– Zimbabwean inventor Maxwell Chikumbutso has taken the first steps into the future of technology by developing a cordless television with the capability to power 2 x 100W bulbs to illuminate rooms with no electricity. Rural dwellers with no access to main power lines have viewed the innovation as inclusive.
With the help of this technology, “people are now able to enjoy watching television while they are off-grid… Goodbye electric-powered home appliances!” I’m proud to announce the world’s first Free Energy powered Television.
“The dawn of wireless self-powering gadgets is here!”
Those were some of the exciting words from the innovator as he sounds futuristic with his breakthrough discovery.
In regards to the construction of such a Television and its power source, Maxwell said he develops a self-powered device named MSED that is embedded in the Televisions.
“Through a device called MSED, this TV gets its power from RF.”
“The TV is self-powered and utilizes green energy harnessed from RF through an electronic device we developed called MSED.” This is the future. “Free energy and self-powered wireless gadgets,” he said.
He added that “(the television) has no cables connected to it.” It is self-powered. When you look at the rear end of the Television instead of the glossy front, what’s notable is that it doesn’t have any cables connected to it.”
Maxwell is well known for his other innovations in developing helicopters, electric cars, green energy-generating machines, and drones that are now used in South Africa.
A second breakthrough revelation of the innovator was that the technology has the potential to be applied to other electronic devices such as mobile phones, laptops, and refrigerators, among others.
“Currently, we are miniaturizing the MSED to be smaller so that it can be integrated into cell phones, computers, laptops, and decoders. It will be inside those devices now. “
Electronic devices are becoming cordless as technology progresses. It’s the future.
“We’re advancing this year, and nothing can stop us,” Maxwell said.