Wireless Solar Powered Boombox

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Now that we have all these great gadgets to keep us occupied 24/7, designers and developers are continuously searching for renewable sources of energy to run all of this gadgetry which has led to a massive surge in solar powered tech goodies.

The latest offering to hit the retail scene is the Eton Rukus Solar Bluetooth Sound System. Just six hours in the sunshine will charge this stereo system powered by two 14 watt speakers for eight hours of play time.  Although it has one touch pairing for mobile devices, the boombox also features a nifty USB port to allow you to charge your mobile device on the go, all uses solar power. Pick yours up from Amazon.

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