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Yogen Hand-Powered Mobile Device Charger Turns Your Hand Into a Socket

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Hand-powered chargers are nothing new, but Fame LLC claims that their product, YoGen, delivers as much power per second as the chargers for your mobile device. In other words, if it takes a couple of hours for your device to be fully charged via its power adapter, it will also take you two hours to fully charge your device using the YoGen.

yogen hand-powered mobile charger

Watch Fame LLC Vice-President of Sales/Husband of CEO/Dentist Robert F. Morrison repeat what I just said on video:

The YoGen weighs a mere 98 grams and is under an inch thick. It charges via mini-USB, but it also has cables or connection tips for various other devices such as iPods, digital cameras and even Bluetooth headsets. An iPhone 3GS-compatible connection tip will soon be available. Just for kicks, let’s watch good ol’ Vice-President of Sales/Husband of CEO/Dentist/Commercial model Robert F. Morrison one more time:

You can order the YoGen on its online store for only $40 (USD). And as we always say here on the Web, check out the product’s website for more info. Are there any proud (or enraged) YoGen owners out there? Maybe you could share your impressions with us.

[via AVING]



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