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Jane Wang
Jane Wang • 2 years ago

nPower® PEG (Personal Energy Generator) : Recharge your hand-held electronic devices with the kinetic energy you generate while moving around! via crispgreen #npowerpeg #Battery_Charger

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The nPower PEG is the world's first mobile device charger that generates renewable energy from movements like walking, running, and biking. Keep the PEG in your briefcase, backpack, or purse and go about your daily activities. As you move, the PEG continually recharges its internal battery with your kinetic energy. The PEG can also be conveniently used as a traditional rechargeable external battery.

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