Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760
Having already unveiled a wireless keyboard for the Mac as well as a Folio iPad case (more on that later), Logitech has introduced its next sun-powered keyboard offering, this time sporting a slender 8mm thick body and. Compatible with Mac, iPad and iPhone, users can switch between devices via Bluetooth without having to pair them each time. Expect around three months of battery life if you’ve fully charged the solar cells packed inside.
Price: £69.99 | Link: Logitech
SolarFocus Solar Kindle
Harness the power of Mother Nature with a guaranteed 3 months of reading coming from the sun with the Kindle cover that is form-fitted with a solar panel discreetly tucked inside the casing. The panel can be used to power the reading light stashed within the case or even to charge the Kindle 4 or Kindle Touch itself, via micro USB.
Price: £50 | Link: Solarmio.com
Rukus solar-powered Bluetooth sound system
If you like your audio tech with serious eco-friendly credentials, Rukus has come up with this wireless streaming set-up that charges up using a 40-inch monocrystal solar panel so you can listen to your tunes all day. Connecting to your device via Bluetooth, the E-ink display means you can preserve that sun-soaking battery life.
Price: £149.95 | Link: Eton Corp
Logitech Solar Folio case
For night time typists, Logitech has packed solar cells into its latest new iPad case to give the built-in Bluetooth keyboard a battery life of up to two years after a full charge. Soaking in light whether indoors or outdoors, it also has an instant On/Off function to wake up your iPad when you unearth it from its sleepy slumber, and can be used as a multi-view stand to enjoy the Retina Display from multiple angles.
Price: £119 I Link: Logitech
ASolar Solar iPad charging dock
If you cannot bear to leave your Apple tablet behind even when you are knee-deep in mud over the festival season, you can keep your iPad powered up with this sun soaking charger. The LED indicator on the dock will let you know when you are back up to full battery capacity.
Price: £74.95 | Link: ASolar
Petal solar light
Plants do nothing for us but reduce greenhouse gases. The Petal Solar Light is a stylish alternative to actually keeping plants, and helpfully lights up the room too. It charges up during the sunshine time and when the night comes it'll illuminate any impromptu garden situated soiree. Do not water. Ever.
Price: £9 ILink: mohzy.com