Single board computers like Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Beagle Board are bring out an interesting feature of portability to DIY kits. However, power concerns are still quite a problem for these gadgets. Hence, most projects we see are rather computer-USB powered or use a standard charger with a conventional power supply (battery or household supply). The problem arises when the computer applications go out of the laboratory, i.e. to a field or a farm. For longer application purposes, attaching a heavy battery would increase the weight and budgets. Raspberry Pi developers seemed to have eradicated this problem by accessorizing it through a solar charging system. This system takes care of two tasks: powering the computer and, charging the back- up batteries when the sun goes down. Keep on reading to find out how this unconventional power source based board can be purchased and put to use.