Your Solar Powered Laptop
Via David Snir:

A month ago we revealed SOL to the world. SOL is a solar laptop that runs on Linux. It runs on direct sunlight! Free Software & Free energy. SOL is rugged, waterproof and very affordable at $350-$400. It was created to enhance education in developing countries. SOL is first launching in Ghana this month…
A lot (A LOT haha) of people have asked a few question about SOL - so here’s one image that answers two: Yes, SOL will come in various colors (shown here is SOL Black Mamba model) and Yes, there are 4 PV panel powering the unit.
SOL’s website (www.solaptop.com) will be updated next week - We’ve promised to the community product specifications, better product views and prices and you will have those coming in the website’s update.

Image: The Black Mamba Laptop, via SOL. Select to embiggen.

Your Solar Powered Laptop

Via David Snir:

A month ago we revealed SOL to the world. SOL is a solar laptop that runs on Linux. It runs on direct sunlight! Free Software & Free energy. SOL is rugged, waterproof and very affordable at $350-$400. It was created to enhance education in developing countries. SOL is first launching in Ghana this month…

A lot (A LOT haha) of people have asked a few question about SOL - so here’s one image that answers two: Yes, SOL will come in various colors (shown here is SOL Black Mamba model) and Yes, there are 4 PV panel powering the unit.

SOL’s website (www.solaptop.com) will be updated next week - We’ve promised to the community product specifications, better product views and prices and you will have those coming in the website’s update.

Image: The Black Mamba Laptop, via SOL. Select to embiggen.

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