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PowerPot Charges Your Gadgets While Your Stuff Is Cooking

By David Ponce You might argue that going out into the wild and being outdoorsy involves leaving your electronics behind. You know, get away from it all and all that. But lets face it, that won’t happen. And if you’re away from the grid for a prolonged period of time, you’re gonna want to do [...]
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