Over the years mobile devices have become smaller, faster and increasingly essential parts of our kit whilst on the move. Whether you are a commuter, festival goer, social king or queen, world traveler or just love being outdoors one thing that has not changed is the frustration of mobile devices running out of power and leaving you high and dry unable to get in touch with friends and family or keep yourself entertained even, let alone get in contact with the emergency services if you should need them.
There are rechargeable battery packs available and they are great, however they still require you to be within a power source in the first place to charge them up, which for example, up a mountain or at a festival is not really that convenient.
So the idea of having a backpack with a solar panel built in, keeping a rechargeable battery fully charged, whilst you are on the move and ready to charge up just about any mobile device you have sounds like an incredible idea. Well it is, and Ideas4Technology have one, it’s been tried, tested and we have a brand new video episode, filmed in the Hertfordshire countryside to give you the lowdown on this fantastic product.
How it works to keep your gadgets working:
- The integrated solar panel on the front of the bag soaks up natural light through the powerful 3 Watts solar panel.
- The energy generated is then stored inside the internal high capacity 2200mAH, portable, rechargeable battery. 6 to 8 hours in the sun can charge a single device.
- The power stored can then be used to re-charge smart phones and iPods by using the simple plug & play connection via the 8 supplied device charging adaptors.
The Solar 15 is suitable to store and carry 15″ laptops and PC tablets; this leaves plenty of space for your belongings. Also the air-flow backplate system keeps you cool and comfortable while your gadgets are protected with the water-repellent 1680D Ballistic Nylon material.
So rain or shine your gadgets are protected and fully charged!
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