Solar Paper

Solar Paper

The Solar Paper is one more amazing gift to the world from Kickstarter. Definitely, it is one of the most useful and practical projects ever realized there.

Solar Paper

The Solar Paper is the thinnest and the closest to the paper by its shape and sizes charging device. The Solar Paper has the power ranging from 2.5, 5, 7.5 to 10 W. So, according to the manufacturers and creators, the full cycle of charging for iPhone 6 will take 2 and half hours, which is very close to the time charging from the electricity. The Solar Paper can charge absolutely any device through only one USB port. You can charge anywhere you want, where the sun is. Only one USB port in the Solar Paper was made in order to make the gadget more stable.

 

Solar Paper

The Solar Paper is 3.5 x 7.5 x 0.4 inches when folded, and the weight of each panel is only 2.5 oz. It is a little bit more in height than 100$ denomination. The battery is equipped with magnets and hangs in order to place Solar Paper everywhere where the sun reaches. It is also water- and dustproof. Only USB port is susceptible to water, so make sure to dry clean the device after the exposure to water. It has a display that shows the amount of charge and power which is generated at the moment. There are different types of connectors included into the set with the Solar Paper.

Solar Paper

If the solar energy is not enough or if the gadget is in the shadow, it will automatically stop charging. As soon as it is on the sun the gadget will start the charging again. Nowadays the high technological solar panels have a small weight and small sizes, which let the Solar Paper fit into most of purses and bags, as well as hang it on the backpack. It is quite popular nowadays among travelers, and mobile users all over the world are ready to pay for this innovation. Currently, the prices can vary, but for the Solar Paper with 5 Watt power and 2 sections that fold in 2015 people paid 69$. More relevant prices can be found on their website.

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