"Pretty good but sunny day fried it"2.0 starson by chanur
Never once had to take it of window to charge it
Cons: 90 degree sunny day fried unit
Summary: 90 degree sunny weather appears to have fried the unit. The answer button was frozen solid, power button rarely works. When it can be convinced to be turned on, if the unit is even moderately hot it will not work. It can be cooled down via AC flow, and fighting with the power button you can eventually get it turn on... but it can take minutes. so, its basically unusable.
Anecdotal: Friend who bought same unit weeks after me had his unit fried same day as mine, with same symptoms. 90 - 95 degrees on hot dry day.
Seems a solar powered device should be more heat tolerant.