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Charge your iPhone with the Infinit Solar Bag

Charge your iPhone with the Infinit Solar Bag

By 12 May 2010

The Infinit Solar Bag may just be the ecological and practical solution to the problem of dead batteries this summer. Its developers claim that it can recycle enough solar energy to charge two different devices. The 2.4watts solar panel is clearly visible... >>

Solar-powered Freeloader Pico launches for green gadgeteers

Solar-powered Freeloader Pico launches for green gadgeteers

By 10 February 2010

A small, light and cheap solar charger has launched from Solar Technology that is capable of charging a range of gadgets on the go.   The Pico captures and transforms the power of the sun into free battery juice for all your gadgets and claims to provide... >>

Solargorilla solar charger
4 out of 5

Solargorilla solar charger

By 12 December 2008

Most portable solar chargers look like toys compared to this, the first mainstream charger capable of powering a laptop. While we like solar gadget chargers such as the Solio Magnesium, the Solargorilla really is in a different league. For starters, it... >>

SunTable powers your gadgets in the garden

SunTable powers your gadgets in the garden

By 8 August 2008

It might be raining in the UK at the moment, but if you're up for a spot of working in the garden, then the SunTable might be one way of ensuring you don't run out of power. The SunTable, covered in solar panels, is an outdoor coffee table and power station... >>

Apple Juicz solar charger for MacBooks launches

Apple Juicz solar charger for MacBooks launches

By 29 July 2008

QuickerTek has launched the "Apple Juicz" a solar charging solution for MacBook Airs, MacBooks and MacBooks Pros in the States. Offering between 4 to 10 hours of charge for the Apple laptops, the pack comes complete with its own carry bag. Comprising... >>

Solar power backpack launches

Solar power backpack launches

By 15 July 2008

This $48 solar backpack comes complete with a host of mobile phone adapters. The 5.5v solar panel charges up the battery, which in turn can juice up your mobile. Available now. >>

Solar fairy lights launch

Solar fairy lights launch

By 3 July 2008

Ignoring the apocalyptic looking sky in the pic, we like these solar powered fairy lights from Firebox that charge up during the day and light up at night. A set with 50 LEDs is £24.95 while the string of 100 is £34.95, available now. >>

Uniross launches new range of eco and travel chargers

Uniross launches new range of eco and travel chargers

By 1 July 2008

Uniross has just announced the launch of a new range of eco-friendly battery chargers. The new additions from Uniross, apparently the only battery brand endorsed by the WWF, include a solar charger with USB adaptor for £39.99. There's a 15-minute charger... >>

Roberts solarDAB radio launches

Roberts solarDAB radio launches

By 1 July 2008

Roberts has launched the world's first solar-powered digital radio. The new "solarDAB" portable radio has a solar panel atop that powers the rechargeable batteries, providing up to 27 hours of listening when not near sunlight. It offers ten station presets,... >>

Solar power plant pot launches

Solar power plant pot launches

By 20 June 2008

Taking photosynthesis to the next level, as its name suggests, this 28cm tall designer pot soaks up the sun's rays in order to charge an internal battery that powers built-in LEDs. As night falls the entire pot begins to glow, adding an "enchanting" touch... >>


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