CES 2010: Use Wi-Fi signal to charge your BlackBerry
If you Google for Airnergy right now you will get some 180,000 hits, of which nearly 60'000 posts were done in the last 24 hours. YouTube video coverage is all over. Something seems to be a hidden highlight of this year's CES?! Tiny, but obviously great. So, what is it all about? Spend $40 this summer to get a lifetime free re-charging of any micro-USB device you own. Simply ensure, that you are in a "Wi-Fi - poisoned" area. RCA Airnergy Charger uses the signal from any Wi-Fi router to convert it into useful energy e.g. for your BlackBerry. I'm not that much a techno guy to fully understand how it works, but it has to be EM driven somehow. Rumours tell, that RCA is heavily working on even integrating this fancy technology away from their portable dongle directly into the design of cellphone batteries themselves. Wow, this is intriguing, isn't it!