iPod docks are dime a dozen, but how many of them are actually green and good for the environment? The Reverb solar-powered iPod dock from Regen is one of them, where it is capable of offering up to a dozen hours of continuous playback on a full charge. Charging is much slower compared to plugging it into a power outlet of course, where it will take 20 hours of outdoor sun to hit a full charge while indoor sun will take up double the length of time. For those who crank up the volume on a frequent basis, the Reverb will last for a mere 4.5 hours. Features include a stylish 35″ iPod tower, a backlit LCD display and an integrated photovoltaic panel. It won’t come cheap though, retailing for $2,299 but at least after the apocalypse, you can still tune in to your iPod when there is no power supplied through the grid.
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