Power in your pocket

Subject: Mobile | September 4, 2008 - 03:11 PM |
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If you don't have an Altoids tin handy to make a MintyBoost, or just aren't that into creating your own homebrew projects, you may find you really like a company called Ecosol.  Their Powerstick, a USB powered portable charger with a big pile of connectors that will let you hook up to and recharge just about anything.  Check it out at AnandTech.

"To ensure that all of your portable electronics always have access to an emergency power source, the people at Ecosol created

what they call the PowerStick. While it may look like an extra beefy USB flash drive, this handy little device actually serves

quite a different purpose. With a 750mAh battery housed within, it can provide an emergency boost in power to your cell phone,

BlackBerry, or portable music player."

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