The 'Kudocase' is Eco-Friendly and Uses All Light Sources to Charge

By: Kevin Young - Published: • References: kudocase & designboom
The 'Kudocase' is the savior to days when the iPad, phone and music players run out of battery.

The Kudocase generates power from a solar-charged case that's ideal for iPads two and three. The device uses photovoltaic ink technology to absorb both outdoor and indoor light sources. Not only does it charge the iPad but also the internal battery, which can be used to charge other electronic devices such as smart phones and cameras. The Kudocase will supply power to the iPad up to 10 days.

The Kudocase is eco-friendly with its hard-shell case that's made of biodegradable corn grain. On top of that, environmental groups partnering with Kudo will plant a tree for every case that's purchased. The device can be propped up into two forms; a low laying platform for typing and an upright position for watching videos and movies.



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