When you’re traveling and nowhere near a power outlet, you face the likelihood of your cell phone, PDA, MP3 player, or digital camera dying.
But there are some unique gadgets that actually harness energy in environmentally-friendly ways.
The HYmini costs $50 and is a lightweight, handheld, universal charger gadget that looks like a fan. It captures wind power and solar power.
Just strap it on your arm as you hike, and it will store energy for up to two weeks.
The Fusion Messenger Bag costs $190, and it has a built-in solar power panel that will charge your electronics with an adapter inside the bag. It also has pockets for pens, books, and other electronics, like a laptop.
If you don’t mind putting in some effort, get the Rustek Athena Mobile Phone Charger.
It’s $25, and all you have to do is turn the crank to charge your cell phone.
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