This solar window charger aims to make recharging your gadgets a breeze. It basically provides an adhesive surface which sticks to any window or smooth glass surface, enabling users to harness solar energy to charge their gadgets while indoors. The 1800 mAh lithium battery uses electricity produced by the sun to charge itself as well as the phone. Leave it stuck to your window before work every morning, and it’ll be fully charged by the time you get home (10-15 hours). Product page. Continue reading to see more solar-powered gadgets that exist now.
3. Logitech MK750 Wireless Solar Keyboard and Mouse
Logitech’s MK750 Wireless Solar Keyboard and Mouse makes typing a breeze – and battery hassles a thing of the past – by charging itself with any light, including the one on your desk. The laser mouse gives you comfortable and responsive cursor control that runs for years without a battery change. It’s the perfect combination to power through every day and task�without stopping to change batteries. Product page.
2. Poweradd Apollo 7200mAh Solar Power Bank
Poweradd’s $19.99 Apollo Solar Power Bank is good for 3 empty-to-full charges for an iPhone, almost 2 charges for a large capacity smartphone, like Samsung Galaxy S5, or one charge for a standard iPad. Wherever and whenever you may be, it’ll always be ready to power your gadgets. There’s also an integrated USB port for quick charging during inclement weather. Product page.
1. Anker 14W Dual-Port Solar Charger
Anker’s 14W Dual-Port Solar Charger is smaller than a sheet of A4 paper and weighs just under two pounds, making it ideal for any day pack. Industry grade PET panels were bound together with heavy-duty polyester canvas, to ensure that this solar array could withstand just about any activity. Standard ports only charge some devices at full speed and others often really slowly. But with PowerIQ technology, each port intelligently identifies your device to deliver its fastest possible charge speed. More information.