Yep, it's definitely the future. We've got pocket-sized tricorders and personal power plants (Engadget) like nPower's personal kinetic energy generator. This device is supposed to use the energy of your motion to recharge your gadgets. Awesome, right?
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Well...maybe. We know next to nothing about how this product actually works. It is USB 2.0 compatible, and it looks kind of like a rolling pin. Other than that, we don't really know this thing from Adam. It'll be out in June for $149. Hopefully the product launch will be accompanied by some details.