Watly is self-described as the biggest solar-powered computer in the world

Alternative sources of electricity and safer methods for purifying water continue to be in-demand problems that many tech teams are trying to solve. The creators of Watly claim to have solved both of these in one device—while also providing an Internet connection.

Self-described as the biggest solar-powered computer in the world, Watly is a large, self-contained computing device that can generate electricity off a grid, create internet connectivity from virtually anywhere, and also purify water. The team estimates that over the course of 15 years, Watly can reduce more than 2,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions.

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