New Battery Charges With Hand Crank
Jan 3, 2002, 4:12 AM by (staff)
Mobile phone manufacturer Motorola has teamed up with Freeplay Energy Group to create a hand-powered energy source for mobile phones. Turning the handle on the FreeCharge mobile-phone power source for 45 seconds grants three to six minutes of talk time for any Motorola-made mobile phone. It's expected to sell for about $65 and will be available from retailers by the end of the quarter.
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