MTI and NeoSolar Making Fuel-Cell Powered Mobile Computers

We’ve been waiting awhile for the coming revolution of both fuel cell-powered devices and those tiny computers called “ultra-mobile PCs.” Well, now we can wait a bit more for a gadget with both of those future-forward designs in one. This morning, fuel cell maker MTI Micro and Korean consumer electronics maker NeoSolar said they will be making a variety of consumer electronics powered by fuel cells — most notably, ultra-mobile PCs.

The companies aren’t revealing much, but they say the gadgets will be able to use MTI’s methanol-based fuel cell technology, Mobion, as chargers, embedded technology and as snap-on attachments. No word on when they’ll be available, but check out the gadget below:

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