LilyPad 2 is solar panel powered iPad case from Dave Foster and Wireless NRG. The device has been designed in a way that iPad users can both store their tablet and charge via solar power. In other words, with the LilyPad 2 iPad case, you are safe with your iPad both in charging and safeguarding from damages. You don’t need to carry the charger every time if you keep the iPad in LilyPad 2.
The case has been approved by Apple, there are many other incredibly useful functions with the case. Additional functions of LilyPad include auto sleep and wake, HDMI output, a keyboard stand, stylus pen and USB charger. The case has an amazing feature of whistle locator that will help you locate your iPad if you miss it anywhere.
More than everything, LilyPad’s solar power feature is the most attractive one. Top part of the case is equipped with slim solar cells, which will generate the power needed for the device. You can keep your device’s battery alive all the time thanks to the solar panels. Whenever you are out, the case will be charging the device in sunlight. Moreover, 80 percent of the iPad case is built of recycled materials. As a whole, the product is entirely an eco-friendly one.
The iPad case is indeed a part of the technology world’s recent awakening regarding alternative power options. In a time, the world is facing some critical energy crisis, technologies that enliven the alternative power options, do have huge importance.
LilyPad 2 is available for preorder for $165 from Wireless NRG. The product is only in manufacturing at the moment. Shipping is expected to take place this fall. The iPad case comes in several color options. Black, green, pink and grey are the color options you can expect to hit the stores in next couple of months. The case is featured to be an ideal companion for iPad 2, the recent iteration of Apple’s famous tablet PC.
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