Solar Paper is currently the lightest, thinnest solar charger in the world. At just 0.15-inch thin (just 1.1 cm deep, at its thickest point) and weighing just 4 oz., Solar Paper is so lightweight that you can clip it to a backpack and charge while hiking, or easily slip it into a jacket pocket or notebook that you carry around – without an obvious bulge and noticeable increase in weight.
It can reliably charge your smartphone in about 2.5 hours on a sunny day. That’s about the same as a wall charger.
Most solar chargers shut down and need to be manually reset after a cloud passes overhead and the voltage drops. Solar Paper automatically resets itself so you can keep charging, hassle free.
If you need more power to charge a tablet, or to charge on a cloudy day, you can easily expand the charging power by clicking new magnetic panels into place.
Solar paper can charge almost any device that recharges via USB, including, smartphones, tablets, walkie talkies, flashlights, portable game consoles, cameras, video cameras, and rechargeable batteries.