We live our lives attached to pieces of technology. Whether it’s our phone, MP3, laptop, or some other hardware, we want it working and charged. However, there are some places where an outlet isn’t available. Have you ever been tailgating, camping or at a weekend-long music festival? Outlets are not only far away, they’re all but non-existent.
If you need to charge your gadgetry, computer, or even power a mini fridge, the Yeti 1250 will have you covered. This 1250-watt battery generator has a charge time of 16-40+ hours, but that is dependent on whether you charge via car, wall plug, or through solar power. This could charge anything from emergency equipment to a tablet, and will cost around $2000 (that’s before the solar panels, which will add on at least another $500). This has the power of a wall outlet, can travel with you, and would be useful if you’re often found in need of an emergency energy source.