TAPPING THE SUN TO CHARGE YOUR PHONE
ONE OF THE CHALLENGES of using a smartphone is the man-agement of its battery. When you need to charge a p[hone a power source to be found. The Waka Waka tries to solve this problem by tapping into the largest power source around, the sun. This study solar powered charger has been made not for the urban smartphone user, but the "under-previleged people in developing countries". Hence this phablet size changes also comes with a power-ful LED light that can give up to 200 hours of lighting. The device takes about eight hours a full charge, provided you are in direct sun- light. With a full charge, indicated by a blinking red LED, the device can charge phones, other devices, through its USB port for four hours. We tested the charger on an iPhone and the phone was fully powered in just over an hour. The LED lights on teh device are powerful enough to be of assistance if your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. At full bright-ness the light is good for 20 hours and 200 hours at the lowest. Overall, the Waka Waka is a device taht has great utility across the world doubling up as a back up charger and light for urban users and a dependable power source for others.
The stand opens up to make solar panel face sun LED lights come with at least three levels
BAG IT OR JUNK IT: Great device, but needs to be much