The device is a large black thing with three “petals” that swivel out to open the device for solar charging. In the middle is the indicator showing power state and battery level.
On the side is a flap which reveals a USB port and a circular port. The circular port is what the special cable plugs into in order to charge the device from a computer, car, or wall, or supply power through one of its many tips. It’s a bi-directional port, while the USB is out-only.
On the other side are two buttons: one shows power level and turns on the device, while the other turns on the built-in flashlight.
There’s nothing much special about the bottom, other than rubber feet.
There are a ton of mobile phone tips: Samsung, LG, Apple, Blackberry, Nokia, Motorola, Palm, Sony to name a few. It also has USB, mini-USB, and micro-USB. Remember that many phones released in 2009 and most 2010 and on use micro-USB. ExtUSB-equipped HTC phones can use the mini-USB connector.