From the realm of solar gadgets comes the Sol Cuff, a device you wear on your wrist that uses light to charge your gear while also helping you see at night.
thinksound, makers of more environmentally friendly headphones, introduce the On1 on-ear, audiophile grade earphones.
Panasonic has begun marketing a solar powered lantern geared towards developing nations where harmful kerosene is a primary lighting fuel source.
With integrated photovoltaics, these airplane windows promise self-powered polarizing and electricity that can be used for lights or mobile device charging.
The Switch V2 delivers everything you need for a short hike or a weekend flight to your favorite getaway.
If you’re looking for a go-everywhere, charge-everything device that you won’t have to coddle, this is it.
Just like BMW’s hybrids, the new family of high-performance accessories will sport an impressive list of eco-friendly technologies and materials.
The newest sun-harvesting gadget is a 6 Watt, 6 Volt panel the company claims is the perfect size for charging smartphones and tablets.
Goal Zero’s latest charger stores solar energy in batteries that can then be used in non-USB devices
The SunSocket portable charger is unique in that it unfolds from its briefcase-sized box with a solar panel that tracks the sun.
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.