Port Solar Charger

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Many of you will remember the team at XD Design introducing a concept for a solar powered window charger a few years back. Now that same team is back with the official retail version of the product dubbed the Port Solar Charger, just in time for the holiday season.

Giving you the ability to harness the sun’s power for all of your mobile gadgets, this device easily sticks to any window (car, plane or train), and connects to your mobile device using the integrated USB charging cable. Not only will this charger power up your smartphone or tablet, but it can pretty much charge anything that uses a USB cable. The silicone suction cup ensures you can stick this thing to any window surface, and the built-in LED lights will let you know when your gadgets are fully charged. [Purchase]

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