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PSP Solar Charger Misses the Point

Mark Wilson from Gizmodo.com writes his opinion on the PSP solar charger:

When we first laid eyes on this PSP solar charger, we thought it looked pretty sweet. Seemingly attaching to the outside casing of your PSP, two solar panels could recharge our handhelds while we played endlessly on sunny days as we wasted our life away in hammock bliss. For $28.76, that deal didn't sound bad at all.

And then we remembered. You can't play the PSP in the sun. The screen isn't bright enough to counteract all that unlimited free energy.

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Mcrmarcher3490d ago

This seems like a pretty good idea but i thought the point of this was to charge it in the sun light and then play it elsewhere. but still a pretty good idea.

Mcrmarcher3490d ago (Edited 3490d ago )

This seems like a pretty good idea but i thought the point of this was to charge it in the sun light and then play it elsewhere. but still a pretty good idea.

oops double post sry =)

heyheyhey3490d ago

actually it doesn't miss the point because solar energy doesn't just come from the sun- solar panels can make regular light into electricity so if your in a well-lit area this could be useful

travelguy2k3490d ago

It looks like, in that pic anyway, that the panels face downward...this would mean that you would not use the solar panels to charge while playing but to charge while not playing. For this i think its a great idea. If your traveling or something, you don't need to pack all the crap to keep it charged.