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Nectar(TM) Mobile Power System wins Popular Science Product of the Future Award, Gotta be Mobile Best of CES Award, and CES Innovations Award for Engineering & Design at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show

Revolutionary solution provides 2+ weeks of power for consumer electronics devices without the need for a wall outlet

WILMINGTON, Mass., Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lilliputian Systems, Inc., a developer of portable power products for consumer electronics, announced today that Nectar™, a revolutionary Mobile Power System, has won several prestigious awards at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Nectar won the prestigious CES Innovations Award for Engineering & Design in the Portable Power category, was selected as one of 15 products of the thousands launching at CES to win the the Popular Science Product of the Future Award, and was one of 12 products given the Gotta be Mobile Best of CES Award.

"We are extremely honored to have received the Popular Science and Gotta be Mobile awards at CES last week, and to have been showcased as a CES Innovations award winner for Engineering & Design," said Mouli Ramani, Vice President of Business Development at Lilliputian Systems. "Nectar is the only solution that truly addresses the challenge of keeping today's mobile devices powered, and we are thrilled that it was honored with these awards and with the extensive top-tier media coverage we received."

The Nectar Mobile Power System is a compact, lightweight and highly portable device that powers and charges virtually any of the billions of consumer electronic devices - smart phones, tablets, mp3 players, eReaders, Bluetooth headsets, digital cameras, etc.– that comply with the USB power standard. This revolutionary product has the capacity to keep consumer electronic devices humming for 2+ weeks by inserting a single Nectar Pod™ power cartridge into the mobile power system.  Using Nectar, consumers get 10 times the run-time versus traditional chargers and will never again worry about running out of power.  They will be secure in knowing that their next charge is readily available and will no longer need to hunt for, nor rely upon traditional wall outlets to charge their devices. The pods are convenient and easy-to-use. Once a pod has been depleted, the user simply attaches a new pod, and instantly has another 2+ weeks of power.

Both the Nectar™ Mobile Power System and Nectar Pods cartridges have been approved for carry-on and use aboard regular commercial aircraft by the UN International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and U.S. Department of Transportation.  Additionally, Nectar significantly reduces the need for consumers to travel with cables and power adapters and offers a truly friendly solution to the myriad of power challenges faced by today's consumer.

Nectar is available for pre-order at nectarpower.com and brookstone.com/nectar, with products shipping this summer.

About Lilliputian Systems

Lilliputian Systems, Inc. has developed the world's first Personal Power™ solution for Consumer Electronics (CE) devices, a revolutionary family of products targeted at the $50 billion portable power market.  The company's breakthrough solution, the Nectar Mobile Power System, delivers the only viable small form-factor battery replacement that provides the enormous run-time improvements demanded by today's CE devices.  Inside Nectar™ is Lilliputian's patented Silicon Power Cell™ technology. The technology is based on highly efficient solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) wafer fabrication methods, including key nanotechnology elements, and is fueled by recyclable high energy power cartridges, or pods.  The technology is reliable, safe, environmentally friendly and approved for carry-on and use on domestic and international flights.  Lilliputian's technology enables a 5-10X longer run-time versus similarly sized batteries.  The company's elegantly designed solution both complements today's devices and can seamlessly integrate into future devices – all while ensuring the consumer enjoys an essentially infinite supply of Personal Power™ for their CE devices.  For more information, visit www.nectarpower.com, follow us on Twitter @NectarPower, and visit our Careers page for a listing of open positions. 

SOURCE Lilliputian Systems, Inc.

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