This charger can be used with
- Cell Phones/iPhones
- iPod/MP3 Players
- Smart Phone/PDA
- game players
- Digital Cameras
Things to Consider
From my experience using the Solio, there are some "tips" for the tips needed. When I purchased the Solio on-line direct from their site, it came with a starter pack of several tips to attach to various devices. These would be tips like USB, mini-USB, Motorola, Nokia, and others (site will list them). The main tip you might think of getting is the standard 12v socket tip (like a 12v car socket) - with this tip, any car charger can plug into your Solio, which might save you buying individual tips for multiple devices. Be reasonable tho - don't think it could charge a portable DVD player that has a huge NiCad battery 3 times the size of the Solio itself (LOL). Also, the Solio site states specficially that you should not attempt to attach any 12v inverters to it...
It also comes with a wall charger if you need to plug it in. This can be handy if you know you will need it to have a full charge in the morning (no daylight left). Kinda defeats the advantage of the solar aspect of the charger, but there are situations where this can be handy - to get a friend's item charged the next day, or you know you will have really heavy use on your rechargable item the next day and no time to wait for the solar charge. It's wall charger's prongs can be removed - mine came with a set of international prong types so it could be used all over the world. ...of course, the solar panels can be used anywhere that has daylight as well :-)
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