Solio Solar iPod Charger

Need to take your iPod places without a power source? Maybe you need a Solio iPod Charger. This fan-blade solar charger allows your iPod to soak up sun rays when placed in direct sunlight (either outside or affixed to a window).

The Solio also has a high capacity internal battery that stores energy and then releases it when the unit is plugged into your iPod. A fully charged Solio delivers enough energy to extend iPod playtimes by up to 9 hours. And it doesn’t take hours of charge time just to get enough juice to play one song. An hour in the sun can give your iPod up to a few hours of play time.

You can even plug the Solio into a regular wall socket to charge its battery for instant power anywhere. Not a bad idea since the Solio can store energy for more than a year.

The Solio may be perfect on your next camping trip, but you may want to avoid pulling it while walking down Madison Avenue… unless you want people to mistake you for Ugly George.

The Solio is available from Amazon.com.

[Via NTRONICS]

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2 thoughts on “Solio Solar iPod Charger

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  2. Hey Scott, don’t own a car, never have. I live in a city and use public transportation, cabs and occasionally rent a car when needed.I’m sorry you feel so powerless to change. Call me naive but I do believe people have the power, they just need to stop listening to the ubiquitous voices that tell them they don’t and get to work. Many already have.Report this comment as spam or abuse

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