Charge your iPad via Solar Energy
Don’t worry. This technology dependent world has solutions to number of such problems. This time its the new Lilypad that comes to rescue your Apple iPad.
It converts the solar light into energy required for the iPad to charge.
Lilypad is very similar to a normal iPad case, but utilizes “solar ink” technology to continually charge it on the go for up to 12-14 days in typical lighting conditions. While its most crucial feature is its solar charging capabilities, there are other notable and infact very impressive specifications that makes Lilypad worth buying.
These includes built-in iPad-compatible HDMI output as well as USB Power out for charging other devices such as camera and cellphones. The case also allows you to pop up your device by 15 degrees for typing or a in “movies stand” position for reading and watching videos.
This feature is really helpful friends. Another standout feature of the Lilypad is the “Whistle-Locator”. Suppose you left your iPad somewhere and you simply don’t remember where you kept it. All you need to do is to “whistle” and the case will audibly respond to your whistle, thus helping you locate your iPad. Amazing !!
The company has used 80% of recycled materials to make the product. It is coated with soft rubber and made of thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) for shock absorption.
Its sales is expected to start by Mid-October and the price is estimated to be, kind of $165 initially.
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