A conceptual mobile charging hub uses multiple inputs to generate electricity.

Designer Cheng Peng has created a portable wind turbine with solar panels on its blades. The Mobile Energy, as it's called, harnesses solar and wind energy and can power a cell phone, GPS and its built-in LED light. The device measures half a meter long when folded down and could be a useful accessory to carry on backpacking trips.

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