iPad USB Solar Charging Case
Using Light to charge your iPad, phone & so much more...
A large capacity battery measuring at only 4mm thin is built into the back of the KudoCase. This battery is an iPad backup battery and can charge so much more. Along with HDMI, pass-thru sync, and other discrete features on this iPad case the Kudo went a step further to add an iPad USB charging port to power all the other electronics in your pocket. This way you can avoid the headache of a dead cell phone simply by powering it with an iPad USB charging port while your iPad is conveniently charging inside the protective Kudo case.
This transfers energy at a staggering 2.1 Amps from the port on the iPad USB Charging case. What's that mean? It means this is top of the line when it comes to iPad USB power transfer and you can charge just about any portable electronic device, even a second iPad. With Kudo's iPad USB charging port you can charge your phone, camera, headset, and just about anything with a USB on the other end of the cord - and it will charge it fast! The Kudo iPad case backs up electricity converted from the light, then that energy powers the iPad while it soars to power your phone simultaneously when you need it most! Yes, it charges the iPad and your phone at the same time.
We bet you never though you could own your own power generating station. With an iPad USB Power port on the Kudo case you can constantly power all your electronics.
Power your iPad while you charge your:
Bluetooth Hands Free
Kindle (wait, that doesn't make sense)
A second iPad
Most any of your other portable electronics can be powered by the KudoCase!
FAQ: Why can't I just have a regular iPad USB port?
There are a few reasons why there isn't more than an iPad USB power port available. First the operating system for the iPad is different than that of a Mac and certainly different than Windows. Almost every portable electronic device that connects to a computer via USB (thousands of cameras, printers, medical devices...) needs it's own driver for it to work. Since the iPad is a different operating system every one of those manufacturers for every one of those products and every one of those models of each product would need a device driver program written for it to work on an iPad. More and more things will be going wireless, bluetooth and WiFi are universal so Apple is a step ahead and just going that route to avoid the headaches of many people complaining that their printer didn't work when they plugged it into their iPad.
Secondly, the iPad is not a computer like what we're used to. There's a reason you have a fan in your desktop, that's because it is running at a much higher processing power, so much so that it needs a fan to cool it down and not overheat to literally melt the silicone in the main processor. The iPad keeps it's blazing speed without all that beefed up of a processor. It does that by keeping everything lightweight. If you were to add tons of drivers and thousands of miniapps to run them all it would slow the entire thing down.
The reason we added an iPad USB port instead of some other port to feed out the power was simply because it is such a standard. Nearly all of the phones, camera's, and Bluetooth headsets out there will have a USB on the other end of your charger included with the device. This way you likely won't have to buy any other cables to charge your other devices.