Links iCharge DX and Lite, Solar Powered Charging System


Links iCharge DX and Lite Solar Powered Charging Solution

Japanese company, Links International, has created the iCharge in two versions – the standard DX and the smaller Lite – solar solutions to your mobile powered devices. Actually, the devices are three-way charging system, capable of solar, AC, and USB charging.

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This particular charger excels in its device compatibility, as it can charge almost any gadget you can think of. It includes connectors for the iPhone/iPod, the Nintendo DS, the Sony PSP, eMobile, and standard Japanese cell phones. It has a rechargeable life cycle of about 500 charges, which isn’t too bad considering that this is likely to be an auxiliary charger for use on the go.

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The smaller iCharge Lite comes in 12 colors and is priced at $36.. It’s about the size of an iPod nano (dimensions are 3.5 x 1.2 x 0.7 inches), but weighs a hefty 1.6oz (45g).

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The larger iCharge DX comes in seven colors and costs $77. It’s a little wider than the other model, comparable in size to an iPhone (dimensions are 4.2 x 2.0 x 0.6 inches).

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Charging time for both devices ranges from 13-15 hours (solar); around two hours via AC and two-three hours using a USB. (

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