This solar tent make it a lot easier to keep your devices running in the wild–which could be a good or bad thing, depending on how you look at it.
Both compact yet powerful solar batteries are the perfect addition to any emergency preparedness kit.
The first of several solar-powered “Street Charge” phone charging stations is being unveiled today in New York City, Goal Zero says.
This compact device can extend the life of a laptop by two hours or a tablet by 15 hours.
Twenty hours of direct sunlight can fully charge Goal Zero’s Yeti 1250 generator, providing enough power to run a fridge for at least two days.
Goal Zero, which emphasized affordability last year with the $139.95 Guide 10 Adventure Kit portable solar power system – our reviewer said it was…
The Goal Zero Guide 10 Adventure Kit claims to offer solar power on the go for a variety of situations. How well does it do? We review it to find out.
A new compact solar charger kit uses AA or AAA rechargeables to store solar energy that can be used to re-charge phones, iPods and other portable devices.
Goal Zero’s new on the go solar charging kit is less expensive – and less powerful – than more elaborate models, but it will fire up 4 AA batteries in 4 hours.