The Solar Charging iPad Case – A protective case and solar charger in one for iPad

Need a protective case for your new iPad gadget? How about a built-in charger on the case so you can be sure that your iPad is fully protected and at the same time provides additional days of use even without charging? No worries because this Solar Charging iPad Case can handle all your gadget’s protection and charging problem.

The Solar Charging iPad Case

This Solar Charging iPad Case is capable of converting light into a charging electricity so you don’t have to worry about charging your iPad. This iPad protective case also offers a nice access to all your ipad’s ports while its USB slot allows you to connect additional devices and charges them too.

The Solar Charging iPad Case also features an integrated HDMI connector, just add the cable it needs to enjoy watching high def videos, it even comes with a stainless steel stand so you can elevate your iPad when watching movies. Cool!

-$199.95 at hammacher

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4 Replies to “The Solar Charging iPad Case – A protective case and solar charger in one for iPad”

  1. This is one cool iPad accessory Nhick. Not only does it protect but it uses solar energy to charge your iPad. A bit pricey though, but hey.., who says green technology is cheap? 🙂

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