Thursday, September 6, 2007

New Gadget Charger Makes Geek More Chic

TAIPEI, TAIWAN (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One architect-turned- inventor in Taipei, Taiwan, has the blueprint when it comes to charging full steam into the future.

Arthur Huang is the creator of “The Hymini,” a palm- sized device that works like a pocket windmill, using wind and solar power to charge cell phones, iPods and PDAs.

Huang hopes his product will skyrocket past the competition and shine a new light on being green.

He says, “When the fan’s going fast enough, the charger glows green, letting everyone know you’re actively charging.”

And the cool contraption, which allows outdoorsmen to keep their cherished connections charged without a worrisome wire, even comes with a fail safe back-up plan – just blow.

Users can charge their devices by blowing onto the Hymini’s fan, but – hold your breath – it takes two minutes of your own hot air to get a charge.

The Hymini is hitting online stores this month and can be ordered on

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