Eton Corp is pleased to introduce the rukus XL, a portable, Bluetooth wireless, solar-powered boom box designed to deliver massive sound.
Our latest solar-powered, splash-proof and portable wireless speaker has arrived! With its lightweight and compact design, the Rugged rukus is an all-terrain, solar-powered, wireless speaker that has been designed to be tough without sacrificing awesome stereo sound. Using the latest Bluetooth wireless technologies, the Rugged rukus solar-powered sound system features a durable, IPX4-certified splash-proof design. [...]
At Etón, we’re positively enamored with solar energy. Take the BoostSolar solar-powered backup battery, for example, which collects and stores solar energy for use later to power and charge your cell phone or other electronic device.
For Going Green in Tech Week, we’re sharing a few of the top energy sources powering our world’s green technology today.
Solar power, the process of converting sunlight into electricity, has become increasingly common in the past few years. What you might not have realized is that people have been using solar power ever since the 7th Century B.C., where magnifying glasses were used to create fires and burn ants on the sidewalk. Below is a short history of how solar power was first discovered and used as a source for electricity.
Take a look at this round-up of the world’s top three greenest breweries. Is there a way to produce and sell beer that is also kind to our planet? Yes, and these breweries are at the top of our list for the greenest and most eco-friendly.
The latest edition to Etón Corporation’s line of solar powered speakers is the Rukus XL, a Bluetooth-enabled, solar boombox with mobile charging capabilities.
Etón Corporation is proud to announce the Rugged Rukus, the lightweight, solar-powered, Bluetooth wireless speaker that enables you to stream music and never run out of power.
Etón Corporation’s newest mobile power solution, BoostSolar, provides a backup battery for your backup battery, ensuring that your favorite device never runs out of power.
Sustainable homes, by definition, produce as much energy as they consume. They are typically solar-powered, water-conserving, and wonder-working for the environment. Which sustainable home do you like best?