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Donor Cable Lets Phones Share Their Lifeblood – Power

by Hazel Chua
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“Donate energy to save a phone, and donate blood to save a life.”

Those are the wise words you’ll find on the inside of the Donor Cable. How often have you found yourself working so intently on your mobile that you fail to notice the fact that it’s dangerously low on power? If it’s more often than you’d like, then a power bank or one of these Donor Cables might come in handy.

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The Donor Cable is basically a cable that lets you siphon power from another mobile device. That means you can still bum some power off of the people around you, even though they might not have power banks or chargers for your phone with them.

When you’re done siphoning power to your phone, just curl it right back up into a bracelet and wear it.

The Donor Cable was designed by Y&R Moscow for Azerbaijani cellular network Nar Mobile, who gave it away to people who recently bought an Android phone. Hopefully, the idea picks up and people all over the world can get their hands on one of these, too.

[via Damn Geeky]

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