Remember back in May when we mentioned the nPeg Personal Energy Generator? At the time, we didn’t have a whole lot of detail on the device and we have a bit more today now that you can buy it.
The nPeg is built in the US and can be paired with various tips to supply power to over 3,000 different handheld electronic products. It generates power through the use of kinetic energy.
The maker points out that you can specifically use the device to charge the iPod and iPhone. If you want the device with the Appleadapter, it is $149. Similar packs for other devices like the Blackberry are the same price. There is still no detail on exactly how much power the thing generates.
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