As a writer, I depend on my 14 inch laptop and take it with me everywhere I go. However, lately I’ve become interested in greener alternatives when it comes to my electronics usage. That’s why I decided to invest in a solar charger to charge my laptop—as well as my other small electronics, like my digital camera and my cell phone.
As our lives are completely dominated by gadgets that guzzle electricity, we should look for ways to mitigate their energy demands. Using solar electricity to power them is one of the options.
Granted, not many solar-powered chargers are efficient enough, but there are some models out there
You may not have solar photovoltaic panels on your rooftop, but you can enjoy the benefits of solar power in several other ways. One of them is the FreeLoader Pro, a solar charger that powers most electrical devices, from the comfort of your home or during a expedition in the jungles of Africa.
It uses high power solar panels or USB (cable
Millions of people use mobile devices so charging them with solar power is a welcome development.
One of the latest products to hit the market is SoliCharger by SolLight, a lightweight Lithium-polymer solar-charger/battery combo that can be slipped on any iPhone 3G or 3Gs – it also works on iPhone 4. It can provide power for several hours to an