April 13, 2010

AirPower Absorbs Energy From WiFi

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RCA has discovered a method of absorbing energy from WiFi. The first commercial product will be the AirPower, a pod about the size of a flip phone, that recharges your small device via USB connection. A full charge takes about 5 - 6 hrs. of exposure, but you can charge your phone, MP3 player or digital cam at the same time. The best part is that it never needs plugging in. Wherever there is WiFi, including walking by a hotspot, the AirPower automatically sucks up energy. Look for a holiday release.

Via Dvice

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at April 13, 2010 8:50 AM

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