Charging iOS devices isn’t always an easy task, especially if you’re trying to do it in the dark because it might be hard to connect your charger to your iOS device, but today we have a device that can make this process a bit simpler.
This is a USB 4-port hub integrated with a solar charger, which will let you charge usb enabled devices. In addition to being a solar charger device, this 4-port USB hub also works via AC power.
The USB solar charging hub comes with six mobile phone connector adapters allowing you to make the most of the natural energy source that you’ve got this summer!
Full features and specs after the jump…
The last time I bought a hand winding / crankable flashlight torch, it didn’t offer much in the way of solar charging or mobile phone charging ports. However this hand winding solar LED lantern does all that.
This solar LED lantern doesn’t require any batteries, perfect for those who care about the environment. Equipped with solar panels, a full charge takes about six hours, while it does offer various LED modes, we’re concerned about how long its charge will last. For those interested in charging mobile phones using it, an additional $5 will get you its connector kit which charges major phone maker brands.
It’s Tuesday, Apple’s favourite and prolly only day of the week in which they tend to launch new and latest upcoming products. Today they again temporaily closed down their online store in order to update a new line up of iMacs and also the much rumored Mac Mini. So let’s first take a look at the new updated iMacs. The latest 20-inch iMac features a 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor (Apple previously offered both a 2.4GHz and 2.66GHz configuration), 2GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 memory (with a new maximum of 8GB for all iMac models), a 320GB Serial ATA hard drive, and Nvidia GeForce 9400M integrated graphics with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory (previous 20-inch models had discrete ATI Radeon graphics).
The Scosche showTIME adapter is basically a simple cable that has a connector at one end for your iPhone or iPod Touch and at the other end a RCA input which virtually all TVs will have. Scosche’s showTIME adapter would be great if you take alot of photos with your iPhone or if you use your iPhone to store videos on trips, it would be a great gadget to have to share your iPhone’s multimedia on any television you come across, for example at hotels, friend’s house and even at meetings.