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Originally posted by TalltexxxanAnd for the other posters, I currentlly dont own a kindle but for what I understad you can charge it off of a USB or a wall adapter.
The SolarKindle promises “up to three months of unplugged Kindle use under normal sunlight environment.” In my experience that means near a window, which should be easy enough.
The cover also packs a reserve battery, which can either power an LED reading lamp (built right in) or offer extra reading time by feeding energy into the Kindle’s main battery. The LED lamp will run for 50 hours continuously before using the Kindle battery. Solar focus says that an hour under direct sunlight can offer 3 days of reading time.
I didnt even think to see if they already had a solar charger for the Kindle.