The Phaserl


Off-Grid Electronics

by D. Smith, Survival Blog:

When I am looking for electronics for my cabin that is so far back in the woods it is cost-prohibitive to get grid power, I look for certain things: Low energy use, flexibility of use,and a long service life.
I don’t have a lot of extra room in my cabin but I love to read, so I have an e-book reader. Several years ago, I bought a book scanner and scanned in most of my books to make them e-books. Some people say this is a legal gray area but I have no moral qualms about format shifting an item that I have purchased.

So I have quite a large number of e-books to read, but without an electric outlet most of the e book readers out there will go dead within in a week or so of use. Also, due to the format of my scanned books, they take up quite a lot of space so I need a e-book reader that would take removable memory like SD or micro-SD. Also, I wanted replaceable common batteries like AA or AAA.

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