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Eton Soulra XL: Solar Powered iPod Dock

May 7, 2022 | Mike Smith
Eton Soulra XL: Solar Powered iPod Dock

If you’re anything like us here at OSM then you to may be a very big fan of Apple products, if you chose to venture into the world of Apple and acquire yourself an iPhone or iPod device keep reading as we have some news on an amazing accessory to accompany your new piece of kit.

In previous posts we have brought you news on a range of accessories which include the iTable dock and the Philips Fidelio Airplay SoundSphere Speakers, to accompany these devices we have some more information to bring you on the Eton Soulra XL which is a solar powered iPod Dock.

The Soulra XL is an improved, much bigger version of the previous Soulra that was released last year, this device packs an extremely large 72inch retractable monocrystal solar panel. The docking station will have you banging out all your favourite tunes from its eight speakers for up to five hours thanks to its 2,000mAh rechargeable lithium ion battery, to read more on the specs you can check out this post from Ubergizmo.

If you’re interested in purchasing one of these docks for yourself you can expect to see them being shipped to your door within the next ten days, that is of course if you can look beyond the significant price tag of $300. If this doesn’t faze you then you can check out Etons website here.

What are your thoughts on the Eton Soulra XL? Do you think the price tag is too hefty for a docking station? Is there something better in the market that you know about?

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  • Jonathan Jenkins

    It shouldn't be a question of whether the price is too hefty for a sound dock, but rather if it is too hefty for a solar-powered device of this scale, and the correct answer is no. Go look and see what a proper, well-made 10 watt solar panel costs, and then you might understand. The Bose dock costs this much and doesn't even boast a solar panel. If electronic grade silicon was cheap, then your 1sq inch processor inside your computer wouldn't cost $300, and solar panels would achieve much higher efficiency since it wouldn't have to be made from the less expensive but less efficient polycrystalline arrangement of silicon.