iPhone, Cell Phone, Portable electronics Solar Charger

iPhone Cell Phone Solar Charger

Low cost iPhone, Cell Phone, and portable electronics Solar Chargers with batteries are now available for under $40.  Leave it out in the Sun to charge, then use it when you are out of power. iPod, iPhones, BlackBerry’s, Kindles all eat batteries fast. Solar Panels charge and maintain 1400 mAh of battery power present in this unit.  Full Solar Charging takes from 5-7 hours. Most units have USB connectors to charge various devices like the Nintendo DS game console.

Solar Cell Phone Charger

Be green and use the sun’s energy to power your gadgets.

Solar Battery Charger, Wind, Battery

Some new cell phone and gadget chargers even have a mini windmill and a solar panel.

Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750


Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 is a new computer keyboard that is solar-powered. This wireless keyboard makes battery hassles a thing of the past. It even works indoors with your lamp’s light. It also stays charged for at least three months in total darkness.

Iqua BHS-603 Sun Solar Powered Bluetooth Headset

Iqua BHS-603 Sun Solar Powered Bluetooth Headset solar panel that provides theoretically infinite standby time. An eco-friendly Bluetooth headset at a low price, that rarely needs charging is a useful gadget we all can use.

Solar Powered Bluetooth Cell Phone Speakerphone

solChat is a new solar powered Bluetooth speakerphone that attaches to your car’s winshield or visor for safe and convenient handsfree conversations. It is green because it continuously re-charges and it frees your hands from holding a phone. Everyday we see people driving with phones in their hands, even though it is against the law. The reviews indicate that the solar charging really works. The solchat sells for about $61.99 with free shipping.

Personal Energy Generator

nPower introduced this cool new environmentally friendly, portable way to recharge your handheld electronic devices including your cell phone, MP3 player, PDA, digital camera, and GPS.

Put it in your backback, then it charges devices using electricity generated as you walk or run around. It will cost about $99. Perfect for cell phones. Ships in a couple months. Wish it was a little cheaper. Someday, tech like this will be built into gadgets.

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