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A Wind-Charged iPhone [Pic]

A Wind-Charged iPhone [Pic]
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Dutch designer Tjeerd Veenhoven has created a remarkable gadget that uses a modified computer fan as a power source.

Michael Ellenbogen
  • 21 december 2010

Dutch designer Tjeerd Veenhoven has created a remarkable gadget that uses wind power to charge an iPhone.

The iFan is made up of a modified computer fan wrapped in a soft rubber skin, which attaches snugly to the mobile device.

At the moment, the iFan takes about 6 hours to fully power the phone, but Veenhoven believes that design modifications will lead to more efficient charge times.

Tjeerd Veenhoven

[via LikeCool]

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+Apple
+charger
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+Electronics & Gadgets
+Environmental / Green
+iphone
+mobile
+technology
+Wind power
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