Unlike tablets and laptops, you don’t have to charge your Kindle every single day. These devices are designed to last you a long while when fully charged. It is still nice to have a way to charge your Kindle when you are going off the grid for a long period of time. Solar technology is your best friend. As long as the sun comes up in your area, you will have a way to charge your Kindle. Here are 3 ways to do just that:
Power+ Lighted Cover for Kindle: a solar case with a built-in pop up LED lamp. The case includes a built-in power-bank to charge your e-reader.
Goal Zero Solar Charging Kit: we had the chance to test one of these a while ago. The cheaper models are perfectly capable of charging your Kindle but you will need to spend money on the premium versions if you would like to charge your iPad in the outdoors.
Solar Umbrella: this is useful if you plan to spend a lot of time outside your home but don’t want to go back in to plug your tablet or e-reader in. It has solar panels and an internal battery to gather energy for your e-reader.
Solar technology is not perfect. But if you are spending time outdoors, you could rely on solar chargers to keep your tablets and e-readers going for longer.