This solar powered Internet stick is able to get you connected even when the Internet isn't available. The Outernet Lantern is a portable device that can work anywhere -- even when it's offline.
Outernet broadcasts up to 1GB of new data on a daily basis from a space satellite. Their content (news stories, educational material, videos, music and more) has only been accessible via satellite dishes -- which is where the Lantern comes in. Receiving data from space, the Internet stick can be used by people with a laptop or smartphone by turning on Lantern's wifi hotspot. The device is also covered in solar panels so it can charge without having to be plugged in.
Similar to a radio, Lantern only receives the data Outernet chooses to broadcast instead of getting everything the Internet has to offer.
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