Aeolus Phone is a Sustainable Piece of Work, Based on Solar and Wind Power

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Some of you might remember Cyrene Quiamco as the designer of some very hot concepts we’ve seen a while ago and now shes’s back, with the Aeolus handset, pictured below. This eco-friendly cellphone gets its energy from wind and solar power, charging its onboard battery.

The phone allows the user to charge the device as he goes and we learn that it integrates a power-generating fan, that uses the slightest breeze to generate electricity. This green device will get quite a boost from being attached to a bike or car, as it speeds up and charges the phone.

The Aeolus phone is made out of renewable materials and it comes with a single color display, an energy efficient LCD.

[via The Design Blog]

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  • tina allman

    Not a great look I’m afraid. A fan sitting at the top of my phone is a definite no no.
    The whole concept of solar power is definitely the way forward but this looks as though it’s been designed for a school project. Not loving the shape, colour and regardless of spec I wouldn’t want this in my bag.