Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
VISIT OUR OTHER SITES: THE AWESOMER | 95OCTANE

Technabob is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Learn more.

Freeloader Pro Solar Recharger Juices Up Your Gadgets

by Paul Strauss
Advertisement

Ever find yourself out in the middle of nowhere with not a single drop of power left in your digital gadgets? Then you might just have to grab the new Freeloader Pro, a compact device designed to charge up your portable electronics with the power of the sun.

freeloader_pro

The pocket-sized solar charger has a built in 1600mAh battery pack that can juice up to full capacity in about 8 hours of full sun, or about 3 hours when connected to your computer’s USB port. A color-coded ring lights up in red to indicate that your Xbox 360 has died the battery drinking in solar energy, and glows blue as it drains.

freeloader_pro_2

Just plug your cell phone, game console, media player or digital camera into either the Freeloader’s USB port or connect one of the ten included adapters and you can operate your gadgets directly off the Freeloader Pro’s battery or use it to charge up your gadget’s internal power source. The kit also includes the CamCaddy, which lets you easily charge up digital camera and camcorder battery packs in a jiffy.

freeloader_pro_accessories

The Freeloader Pro solar charger ships in June and is available for pre-order over at UK gadget shop I Want One of Those for £69.99 (appx. $97 USD).



Gerber Diesel Multi-Plier

Gerber Diesel Multi-Plier

Popsicle Stick Chakram

Popsicle Stick Chakram

Cyriak’s 2,000,000 Ultra Mega Dance Party

Cyriak’s 2,000,000 Ultra Mega Dance Party

Advertisement
Lexus IS 500 F Sport Performance Brings Back the V8

Lexus IS 500 F Sport Performance Brings Back the V8

The Epic 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 has an Epic Price

The Epic 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 has an Epic Price

Standard Range Model Y Disappears from Tesla Website

Standard Range Model Y Disappears from Tesla Website

Advertisement