Solar-Powered Gadgets for a wireless summer

X-DRAGON Portable Solar Charger

Solar-Powered X-20W Dragon’s solar charger for a basic solar panel that can charge any of your USB gadgets. It’s much less expensive than many of its similarly-powered competitors, while yet providing high-quality solar cells with efficiencies ranging from 22% to 25%. It folds up for convenient transportation and has two USB connections for charging several devices at once, however it is very big when unfolded.

Check out X-20W Dragon’s solar charger for a basic solar panel that can charge any of your USB gadgets. It’s much less expensive than many of its similarly-powered competitors, while yet providing high-quality solar cells with efficiencies ranging from 22% to 25%. It folds up for convenient transportation and has two USB connections for charging several devices at once, however it is very big when unfolded.

X DRAGON Portable Solar Charger
X DRAGON Portable Solar Charger

Price:$41.99

 Hiluckey Solar Charger

Check out Hiluckey’s 20000mAh battery bank if you want something a little smaller with a built-in battery so it doesn’t have to be in the sun while charging your phone. Unlike some solar battery banks, Hiluckey’s includes three fold-out panels that allow you to catch more sunlight. It won’t recharge as rapidly as the X-Dragon panels, but it’s a viable option if you want to store the energy in a portable battery bank.

Hiluckey Solar Charger
Hiluckey Solar Charger

Price:$26.99

 ABFOCE Solar Bluetooth Speaker

Bluetooth speakers are a fantastic way to take your music outside… until the battery runs out. This ABFOCE speaker has a built-in solar panel that, according to the company, can give 30 minutes of playing with just 10 minutes of direct sunshine (assuming you’re listening at a decent level). It’s not one of the biggest or loudest speakers on the market, but it’ll suffice in a hurry — plus it serves as a phone power bank if you get stuck.

ABFOCE Solar Bluetooth Speaker
ABFOCE Solar Bluetooth Speaker

Price:$59.99

 Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

A wireless keyboard is an obvious piece of equipment if you’re all about that clean, cable-free workstation. However, plugging in to charge the battery (or worse, looking for AAs in the middle of a project) may be a pain, which is why Logitech created the K750 Solar-Powered keyboard, which should be able to charge itself using the light in your workplace.

Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard
Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard

Price:$43.99

 Ring Solar Panel

Ring has you covered if you want a set of security cameras at home but don’t have enough outside outlets in the proper places. Their Spotlight Cam is battery-powered and requires recharging every few months; alternatively, you can link it to a Ring Solar Panel for built-inSolar-Powered charging. If you don’t want to use Ring, there are third-party panels that link to Arlo and other cameras.

Ring Solar Panel
Ring Solar Panel

Price:$49.00

 Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station and Nomad 28 Plus Solar Panel

Goal Zero provides a 150Wh power station that can charge anything from a USB-based phone to a full-sized gadget with three-prong AC power for something that lasts a bit longer — and can power just about everything you bring with you.

Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station and Nomad 28 Plus Solar Panel
Goal Zero Yeti 150 Portable Power Station and Nomad 28 Plus Solar Panel

Price:$199.95

Goal Zero Nomad 28 Plus Solar Panel

It may be used with Goal Zero’s own solar panel to provide some sun recharging as well. But keep in mind that the solar panel will not be able to charge this massive battery rapidly. Charge at home, then use the Solar-Powered panel to extend the battery life of the station by a few hours.

Goal Zero Nomad 28 Plus Solar Panel
Goal Zero Nomad 28 Plus Solar Panel

Price:$249.99

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