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Solio -- Portable Hybrid Solar Charger - Device comes with universal adaptors so it can charge most any existing or future cell phone, iPod, PDA, Blackberry, GPS systems, digital cameras, games. Sturdy and reliable design is good for most any climate. Trees planted to offset manufacturing emissions, making Solio a carbon neutral device.

Other Chargers

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There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] >SunCat: Solar Batteries Powered by Sunshine - The portable power SunCat C-cells are wrapped in flexible photovoltaic panels and will slowly recharge when left to bask in the sun - just like a cat. [Remember: heat, batteries and longevity don't usually go together.] (Inhabitat Feb. 18, 2009)

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7 Portable Solar Laptop Chargers Worth Considering - The options are getting better, but that doesn’t mean choosing the right solar charger has gotten much easier. So TreeHugger scoured the market for the best choices in solar chargers, trying to make sure each option is reasonable regarding the three key elements, and put them here for you to make shopping around a little easier. (TreeHugger Oct. 15, 2008)

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Solar Powered Jacket Charges Your Gadgets - integrated solar panels by ScotteVest charge cell phones, PDAs, and most any other mobile device. (Wired Jan. 13)

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Soldius1 Mini Solar Charger - Associated Press review of the soldius1-- a solar-powered recharger for some handheld devices. Says its reliance on direct sunlight can be limiting and it doesn't necessarily work for all devices claimed. (MIT Technology Review Jan. 13, 2006)


Wearable, cheap solar panel - European scientists have developed light, flexible solar panels that could be sewn on fabrics and placed on surfaces to charge objects ranging from cellphones to DVD players. (PhysOrg Dec. 16, 2004)