With all their cameras and gadgets, Kodak is bound to have a charger hidden under its portfolio. And after digging deep enough, Kodak does have them and one is even thrives on solar power. The Kodak Solar Charger KS100-C+2 can produce enough power to emit 1.5 charges that can power up a standard mobile phone or portable media player and of course, digital cameras.
It takes 28 hours of sunlight to fully charge up the charger, so it’s handy that it can also charge up via USB – although this takes a not-inconsiderable 14 hours. It goes on sale in September for £34.99.
Other solar chargers under Kodak worth noting include the KP100-C+2 (£19.99) which is palm-sized and can provide up to 40 hours of run time. The Kodak Mini Charger K630E C+2 HC and Kodak Mini Charger K630 C+2 LC are geared more towards the cost-conscious consumer and are priced at £9.99 and £8.99 respectively. All chargers are expected to be released this month.
(Source) Pocket Lint