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BioLite portable folding 100 W SolarPanel launches with 45 W USB-C port

The BioLite SolarPanel 100 has a 45 W USB-C port to charge a gadget directly. (Image source: BioLite)
The BioLite SolarPanel 100 has a 45 W USB-C port to charge a gadget directly. (Image source: BioLite)
The BioLite SolarPanel 100 will launch on September 7. You can use the portable device to directly charge gadgets via USB-A and 45 W USB-C ports or connect it to a BaseCharge power station. The foldable 100 W panel has an analog sundial to help you optimize your set-up, with a built-in kickstand.

The BioLite SolarPanel 100, a 100 W folding device, will shortly launch. The gadget features the company’s Optimal Sun System, an analog sundial, to help you quickly set up the panel for maximum power generation by finding direct rays. The solar panel is equipped with high-efficiency multi-crystalline cells and an ETFE lamination to improve its durability. The device is water resistant with an IPX4 rating, meaning it can withstand light rain.

The SolarPanel 100 has a built-in foldable kickstand and comes with a storage pouch for your cables and smaller gadgets. Plus, you can link up to four panels to generate up to 400 W power. When folded, the portable device measures 20.1 x 14.25 x 1.5-in (~51.0 x 36.2 x 3.8 cm) and weighs 9.5 lbs (4.3 kg), making it easier to transport. The solar panel can directly charge devices via USB-A and 45 W USB-C PD ports.

Alternatively, you can pair the gadget with the new BioLite BaseCharge devices via the HPP Port to create a solar generator. The BioLite SolarPanel 100 will retail for US$399.95 at launch on September 7. You can sign up to the company’s early bird list to receive access to pre-order the devices.

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Polly Allcock, 2022-08- 2 (Update: 2022-08- 2)