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Solar-Powered Battery offers 29 ways to charge

Posted in Solar Powered by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2010

You can talk about Solar Power, but are you ready to get serious about it? If so, this 20,000mAh battery comes with 29 adapters to charge your phones, MP3 players, cameras and laptops. It basically has all of your gadgets covered.

The battery charges in about eight hours of sunlight, while plugging into AC will get it done in only three. Once it’s full it will work with just about any gadget you throw at it. And that is the real benefit here. Solar versatility.

Eton Scorpion keeps your gadgets going on solar power and elbow grease

Posted in Green Gadget by Shane McGlaun on May 13th, 2010

I am more of an indoors type. I’m not really into camping and while I do go outside with the kids a lot, we don’t stray too far from an outlet. However, a while back when a hurricane came through the power was out for hours and I would have paid dearly for a gadget like the Eton Scorpion.

The device is a power generator for USB charging gadgets that has both a solar panel and a hand crank to generate charging power. The gadget also has a number of other features inside.

Leopard solar-powered universal remote

Posted in Remotes by Conner Flynn on April 1st, 2010

If you want to go green with your remote, Powerplus has just introduced the Leopard, a solar-powered universal remote that can charge its internal lithium-ion battery using either direct sunlight or artificial light. That means if you keep it facing up in a lit room, you will never have to worry about running out of batteries again. We like that a whole lot.

The dimensions on this remote are pretty standard at 7.3in x 1.9in x 0.7in. Sure it could be better looking, more stylish, but at £9.99 each I’m not going to complain.


Quick Review: C.Crane Universal Solar Battery Charger

Posted in Review by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2010

We were asked to check out C.Crane’s Solar Battery Charger, so CableOrganizer.com sent us a review unit and all we needed to do was wait for some sun. Luckily for us, the sun is returning around these parts. So we rounded up a bunch of dead batteries and got to work.

This solar battery charger will charge AAA, AA, C and D size batteries and has a solar power meter on top which shows the charging rate. Just open the plastic cover and put some batteries in. At any one time, you can charge several batteries, a few AA or AAAs along with some Ds for instance.

Muzatch unveils MZH-1200 solar iPhone charger

Posted in Solar Powered by Shane McGlaun on March 15th, 2010

Getting power for your iPhone from the sun is a great concept. In reality, most of the solar chargers take so long to actually charge using the sun that they are not very practical. A new solar charger has turned up today called the MZH-1200 from Muzach.

The device has a small 1000mAh battery inside that can charge your iPhone about half way if it is dead. It has a four LED charging indicator system and supports several iPod models as well.

Novothink Solar Surge iPhone / iPod touch charging case

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 11th, 2010

Novothink has announced that its Solar Surge charging cases for the iPhone and iPod touch are finally available. It will cost you $79.95 for the iPhone 3G/3GS version and $69.95 for the iPod touch version (second gen only). They are each available only in black or white right now, but additional colors are coming soon. We just don’t know when.

It should give you between four and eight hours of talk time, or up to 20 hours of additional audio playback when the charger is fully charged, but the company says you can still expect to get between 30 and 60 minutes of talk time after two hours of exposure to direct sunlight.

Puma solar-powered phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on February 16th, 2010

Puma has teamed up with Sagem for a sporty new mobile phone, the Puma Phone. The Puma Phone features a solar panel on the back of the handset that will charge the phones battery when you are out and about in the sun.

The phone features a 2.8 inch QVGA TFT capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, a 3.2 megapixel camera with LED flash and six times digital zoom. There’s also another forward facing camera that can be used for VGA video conferencing.


Scosche unveils solBAT II solar charger

Posted in Batteries by Shane McGlaun on February 4th, 2010

When we are on the go with our mobile devices, no one wants to run out of power. There are all sorts of gadgets on the market that are designed to keep our gadgets powered up and usable. Scosche has announced its latest portable battery pack called the solBAT II.

The device is a solar charger and back up battery with two LEDs on the top to show when it is making power from the sun and when it is charging a connected device. The charger can recharge any device that connects via USB. That means Blackberrys, iPhones, and iPods are all compatible.

Honda opens new solar hydrogen station

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on January 28th, 2010

Well look what we have here. When we weren’t looking, Honda has begun to operate its next generation solar hydrogen station prototype at the Los Angeles Center of Honda R&D America. The idea is that its a single, integrated unit which can be installed in any garage.

This Honda Solar Hydrogen Station is smaller than its predecessor and can produce enough hydrogen through an 8-hour overnight fill for the average daily commute (which is about 10,000 miles annually) for each fuel cell electric vehicle. Pretty handy being able to refill your vehicle overnight and you can sleep well while its filling, knowing that you are lowering CO2 emissions, since you take advantage of off-peak power rates. Daytime charging is solar power.

Solar Powered Audio Bibles shipped to Haiti

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2010

Everyone is trying to do their part when it comes to helping those in Haiti. The Faith Comes By Hearing group are doing something as well, but they aren’t sending food, blankets or water. They are sending 600 audible Bibles.

Each of the Bibles can broadcast scriptures in Haitian Creole to an audience of up to 300 people. Aside from those 600 Bibles, they’re also raising money to send 3,000 more solar-powered audio Bibles to Haiti.

Keystone solar gadget charger works as a luggage tag

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on December 28th, 2009

I have seen some odd devices before that pull double duty as items that don’t seem to go together at all. One good example is this new Keystone Eco Tag solar charger that also acts as a luggage tag with an area for written information to be penciled in.

When working as a gadget charger the device can charge up a pair of AAA batteries and sports a USB connection for directly attaching gadgets for charging. The device can charge connected items in four hours of direct sunlight or with eight hours of indirect sunlight.


Solar Powered Oregon Scientific weather stations

Posted in Weather Stations by Conner Flynn on November 30th, 2009

Solar Powered Oregon Scientific weather stationsOregon Scientific is no stranger to weather stations with built-in alarm clocks and such, but their latest release should please environmentalists as well since it’s solar-powered.

This one features a detachable solar panel so you can harness the sun’s rays and juice up the internal battery whether the sun is shining or not. There’s the $69 Oregon Scientific +ECO Solar Weather Clock or the $99 Oregon Scientific +ECO Solar Weather Station.

Regen Reverb: A 3 foot tall Solar-Powered iPod dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 1st, 2009

Regen Reverb: A 3 foot tall Solar-Powered iPod dockWell, we all loved Regen’s Renu solar-powered iPod dock, but this guy pictured above towers over it. It’s called the Reverb and it’s 3-feet tall, living solely to crank out 60 watts of power using the power of the sun.

This bad boy will play your music for 4.5 hours at full volume or 12 hours at a normal volume. BUT, it takes 20 hours of outdoor sun exposure (or 40 hours indoor) to get a full charge. If you are not the patient type, the Reverb can be powered using a regular electrical socket.

Solar Cell e-Book from LG

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on October 12th, 2009

Solar Cell e-Book from LGYour choice of e-reader devices continues to grow rapidly. And now LG is showing off its Solar Cell e-Book reader. The prototype has an energy conversion efficiency of about 9.6 percent. That means that it gives you an extra day’s worth of power to continue reading on that 6-inch TFT-LCD after four to five hours in the sun.

LG is working on getting that solar cell energy conversion efficiency rate to 12% by 2010 or up to 14% by 2012. Great news for bookworms, not so great if you have to read for your homework.

i.Tech unveils new SolarVoice 908 Bluetooth headset

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on October 7th, 2009

itechsolarvoice908I always forget to bring my Bluetooth headset inside from my car and charge it. That means each time I want to use it the thing is usually dead. i.Tech has announced a new Bluetooth headset that will help me stay powered up for hands free use called the SolarVoice 908.

The device has solar panels on the back to help charge the battery and features sound reduction technology to eliminate background noise. The headset also uses a design that allows air to flow to the ear canal so your ears don’t feel plugged up when you wear the headset.

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