It is that time of year again time for students all around to graduate from college or high school. It is almost time for Father's Day so make sure you are looking for cool gifts for your dad. If the person you are buying for likes to save money on energy then the Solar Charging iPad Case is the perfect gift for you to give them.
This is the solar-powered case with an integrated battery that provides up to 10 days of use of an iPad2 without the need for a charge. The solar panel built into the case's protective housing uses organic photovoltaic ink--a new technology that converts both indoor and outdoor light into electricity--that constantly charges an iPad2. Protecting an iPad2 during travel while providing access to ports, the case's built-in stainless steel stand places an iPad2 at an optimal 15º angle for typing or watching a movie. Its USB port charges connected smartphones, MP3 players, or Bluetooth headsets, while a built-in HDMI output connects to an HDTV (requires USB and HDMI cables). Compatible with iPad2 and iPad3. 11" L x 8" W x 1" D. (1 1/2 lbs.) Be sure to buy yours today.
Father's Day 2012 is on the third Sunday of June, which is this year on June 17, 2012. Find the best gifts for Dads and Grads in our 2012 Dads and Grads Gift Guide. We also have gift tips for Moms too. Mother's Day is on May 13. Our Dads and Grads and Moms gift tips feature cool gadgets, computers, TVs, video games and more.
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