RCA reveals Wi-Fi harvesting recharger

Critical Gamer Writes: A hidden gem from this year's CES; the RCA Airnergy Charger, a product sent straight from the future that convert air to electricity. Or rather, it somehow picks up on Wi-Fi signals and uses them to charge batteries. Apparently it does this surprisingly well, charging a Blackberry from 30% to full battery in 90 minutes. If this sounds like magic then prepare to stare disbelievingly at the proposed price: $40.

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Pidgeridoo3594d ago

This is a brilliant idea! won't have to worry about my laptop when im out and about anymore!

Zeevious3594d ago

and built it into the back of a laptop screen...could you recharge your laptop as you used it?

Even if not in use it would be useful.

Most phones have a talk time longer than the 90 minutes it's stated is needed for a full charge, so build this into the case and you'd never need to recharge it, a controller or accessory again!

No more annoying power-bricks...Where do I sign up for that?

scruffy_bear3594d ago

In a few year's all phone will have this technology build in, no need to recharge your phone again :)

ThanatosDMC3593d ago

Now if it can only power up my laptop wirelessly. This thing eats battery life in less than an hour and im using the extended battery pack.

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LesThom3594d ago

The show was quite eccentric in its charging accessories (mostly iphone). If you have an iPhone you would've been like a kid in a candy store. Sickening really. LOL.

Jockie3594d ago

This sounds like some kind of foul witchcraft - too good to be true!

Zeevious3594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

...summoning demon souls in the manufacturing stage to infuse into the device...
is purely coincidental.

DemonStration3594d ago

I will welcome this technology into my home along with all the tumors that will surely sprout up as a result.

Zeevious3594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

...several $10 off coupons from Tumors R'nt Us for home tumor removal...
is purely coincidental.

Polluted3594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

That's mad cool!

...kind of makes me wonder about some of the stuff floating around in the air out there, though. If it's enough to charge a phone in less than two hours, it's gotta be enough to grow some natty tumors given some time.

Edit: Looks like I'm not the only one with tumors on the brain.

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