Is it possible to reliably run my laptop and via a portable solar panel?
I'd like to be able to write from a cottage where there is no electricity. But I'd like to keep writing content. Is there affordable solar tech that would enable this? If so what do you recommend here?
I don't know that you could constantly run your laptop, though the best product I've heard of is from voltaic. It's not cheap and is gonna cost you $499, though I hear it has the fastest charging time. http://www.voltaicsystems.com/generator.shtml
You can run any electronic items via portable solar panel because its generates electricity..For more detail on solar panel visit - http://www.utnrenewables.co.uk/
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