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The Kogalla features a foldout design that allows it to draw power from four individual solar panels when fully deployed. At peak efficiency, those panels are capable of generating up to 22 watts of power from the sun, all of which is stored in the device’s onboard battery pack, which features a respectable 10,000 mAh of capacity. Two built-in USB ports allow users to plug in a wide variety of devices and recharge them, even after the sun has gone down.

Source: Digital Trends

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