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solar

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Eton Rukus Xtreme

Eton is previewing its next-generation rugged Bluetooth speakers at CES. Both have built-in solar panels like their predecessors.

Jan. 5, 2014

Pricing not available

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Eton BoostSolar

Eton BoostSolar leverages both a regular power source and solar power to charge mobile devices while on the go or at home.

Jan. 6, 2013

MSRP: $99.99

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Eton Rugged rukus

This compact $99 Bluetooth speaker has a splash-resistant design and fully charges in directly sunlight in around 5 hours.

Jan. 10, 2013

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Logitech Solar Keyboard Folio for iPad

Logitech's clever Solar Keyboard Folio hooks iPad users up with a quality typing experience on the go, no USB charger required: it really does work as advertised.

Jun. 29, 2012

3.5 stars Editors' rating Jun. 29, 2012
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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760

With its built-in solar-powered battery, the sleek Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 will save you money in the long run and is a better deal than Apple's Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard.

Jun. 15, 2012

4.5 stars Editors' rating Jun. 15, 2012
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Griffin SmartTalk Solar

The power of the sun means that you'll never have to think about charging the Griffin SmartTalk Solar.

May. 21, 2012

3 stars Editors' rating May. 21, 2012
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NASA's Voyager I hit by third solar 'tsunami'

After traveling for 37 years, Voyager I is recording pulses from the sun that confirm it has entered a different region near the edge of the solar system called interstellar space.

By Jul. 8, 2014

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Solar-powered smart park benches charge your gear

Some benches in Boston parks offer more than a place to sit. They also charge your gadgets, track noise levels, and watch the weather.

By Jun. 30, 2014

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New nano-dots could mean cheap, paint-on solar cells

They're too tiny to see, but a new form of light-sensitive nanoparticles could flood the world with solar power.

By Jun. 10, 2014

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Solar Impulse 2 successfully completes maiden voyage

Using only the power of the sun's rays, the souped up lightweight aircraft climbs to nearly 6,000 feet and stays aloft for more than two hours.

By Jun. 2, 2014