Nothing makes my heart tingling more with joy than having electronic devices that aren’t so depending on the traditional power sources. For an instance, keyboard that is powered by solar cells would be something that I won’t hesitate in having to yearn for. Now, my heart just a tad happier than usual since there is now a Kindle cover which uses solar cells for powering the Kindle, and this solar-powered Kindle cover will make its appearance in CES 2012.
I’m a Kindle user, and my Kindle rocks in term of lasting for days if not a week before I even think about recharging it. Nonetheless, the idea of prolonging the Kindle’s battery life per charging cycle even much much more, to a point of forgetfulness is almost making my heart sings. Why almost? Unfortunately, this solar-powered Kindle cover will cost around $79.99. You can check out this solar-powered Kindle cover at solarmio.com/en/.
- SolarKindle Cover Lets You Charge Your Kindle Without An Outlet! (geardiary.com)
- CES 2012 Grants Amazon Kindle Super Solar Powers (earthtechling.com)
- SolarKindle Lighted Kindle Cover (InnovationToronto.com)
- Solar Powered Kindle Cover Introduced At CES (forbes.com)
- SolarKindle case packs sun-charged battery and reading lamp (slashgear.com)
- Nanotechnology Meets Solar Power (bigthink.com)
- Solar-powered Kindle cover dropping at CES (ces.cnet.com)
- Quantum Dots and More Used to Beat Efficiency Limit of Solar Cells (InnovationToronto.com)
- Solar Cells You Can Paint On – PC Magazine (goodcleantech.pcmag.com)
- Manufacturing Solar Cells Just Became 50% More Efficient (planetsave.com)
- Two for one: Quantum dot solar cells boost power (news.cnet.com)