Onyx’s new 330-watt solar panel isn’t the first to offer a “plug-n-play” solution for getting power to your gadgets, but it may be the first to include a standard US power outlet, and enough output to juice up a computer, light or any other appliance (within reason) through its built-in micro inverter. “You can literally point the panel at the sun and plug an extension cord directly into the panel for immediate power,” according to the Onyx PR, which you’ll find in full just past the break.
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Onyx develops 330-watt ‘plug-n-play’ solar panel with built-in AC outlet