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A Guide To Solar Backpack

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If you love hiking and camping with little more than a backpack
of supplies, solar backpacking is a great way to go!

Many of us would love to be able to take our electronic devices
into the wilderness such as iPods, phones, GPS units or even
laptops. The trouble is in charging these items once you are out in
the wilderness, or even worse, running to the parking lot to plug
your charger into the car!

These problems are a thing of the past. Solar backpacking
chargers such as the Voltaic Solar Backpack, use the sun to store

energy and charge up your devices when needed. They typically
come with many different adapters to suit your device at any given
time. Click: solar backpacking

Sun Not Shining? No worries! These packs almost always include
an li ion battery charger that stores excess power from sunny days
for charging when solar panels do not have access to the sun.
Solar backpacking is not limited to the wilderness. Although the
backpacks are great for travel, hiking or camping, there are other
solutions as well.View: solar backpack

Solar backpacking technology can be used in the city just as easily.
The units themselves are not as big or bulky as you would expect.
Bags come in several shapes and sizes to suit your needs,
including a messenger bag and a bag specifically designed to
charge your laptop. You can charge all of your standard devices if
you are at the beach, walking around the city, or riding your bike
to the coffee shop!Check this: solar pack

Another cool idea for solar backpacking is carrying a lightweight
flexible solar panel with you. These panels can range from 6watts
to 600watts of power and can charge small devices as well as

laptops or even car batteries! They are less expensive than the
bags with panels built in, and obviously you are not limited in
where you can take the panels. They roll or fold up and fit almost

A backpack with a solar cell can help you relieve your stress on those days
where you forget to charge up your gadgets beforehand. The Samsonite
Solar Business Laptop Backpack is not just a solar charger for laptops, but
it can also be used for other handheld gadgets like GPS and mobile phone.

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