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How to charge your mobile devices with solar power

Jul 4th 2015 at 3:34 AM

If you own any kind of mobile device, the odds are good that you’ve had charging problems. That’s the downside to the mobile revolution, and it’s a real nuisance. The mobiles may go anywhere, but batteries need power.

There’s nothing quite like that feeling of working with a tablet or a phone and suddenly you’re cut off from the world. Whatever you were doing may have been lost or not, and you’ll have to do it again. It’s not exactly a great use of time, or patience, and the bottom line is that you now have something else to do, as well as your work or play.

The new approach is to use solar rechargers mounted around town. A solar powered charging station isn’t just a good idea; it’s backup when you need it and an instant fix when you’re on the move and can’t stop to find a power outlet.

These things are a real blessing in terms of both convenience and practical use. Charging is easy. The solar power source acts like a power point, delivering the power you need, for free. A company called Sun Charge Systems Inc. in Alabama manufactures these solar charging stations around the country.

Their solar stations are basically solar panels with power on tap whenever and wherever you want. You can use their gocharger to charge your tablets, cell phone, or any other device with a suitable recharge option. Some of their solar stations come with a wireless hot spot, another very useful feature for those who are glued to their devices for work, study, or just having a life.

This company has hit a gold mine of values here. These are really useful products for public spaces. Solar charge stations are a natural choice of amenity for public spaces, commercial spaces, and places like schools, colleges and other high-usage public areas. They’ve also delivered a first look at an emerging consumer culture. These solar charge stations are very much part of the new “picture of tomorrow” – Publicly available facilities which have practical values for walkthrough site visitors, and attractions for customers. The practical use is very like charge stations for electric cars.

For more information, see the company website here at

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