Go green (and fast) with Horizon’s H-Cell 2.0, which converts RC electric cars, robots, and boats to run on hydrogen; refill using Hydrostik cartridges or via a Hydrofill refueling station.
It’s not the first solar powered battery for USB gadgets, but Scosche’s solBAT II shines in terms of affordability; $30 gets you 1500 mA of capacity, a windshield cradle, and carabiner mount.
You may need a nuclear reactor to power it, but this 80-port USB Charging Board is pure gadgety awesome; it doesn’t transfer data, but your army of gadgets will never go thirsty again.
Incase updates its Combo Charger with an extra USB port, allowing you to charge two iPhone/iPods simultaneously; it continues to offer both a 12V car adapter and flip-out wall socket.
Powermat’s Portable Charging Mat is now available: wirelessly charge up to three devices (each wearing a Powermat case or included Powercube receiver) plus one USB device.
Alright, so the name could use some work unless you fancy a perm, but the PowerCurl is a potential godsend for MacBook owners; it’s a clip-on cord wrap for MagSafe Adapters.
Despite its compact size, Bluelounge’s Refresh handles just about any gadget; the charging station includes two iPod connectors, Mini & Micro USB connectors, and 2 extra USB ports.
Designed for netbook and MP3 players, PowerTraveller’s minigorilla is a portable 9 oz. 9000 mAh battery with up to 6 hours of juice; included are 20 tips for netbooks plus an iPod adapter.
Making power out of the lowly household faucet, Jinwoo Han’s Mini Hydro Turbine converts water pressure into electricity that can be used to run or charge other gadgets.
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