The legs can be laid flat, or partially extended to form a tripod
As the blades turn, they spin an internal 15-watt generator that in turn charges a 15,000-mAh lithium-polymer battery pack
The plastic-bodied Trinity is carried as a 12-inch (30.5-cm) cylinder when not in use
One full charge of the battery should reportedly allow for four to six phone charges
A top view of the Trinity
Using one of two USB ports on the bottom of the unit, you can then plug in your phone (or other device) and charge it
There are already plenty of solar-powered phone chargers out there, but they won't do you much good at night, when it's cloudy, or even if you live too far north. Chances are, however, that in any one of those situations, there will be at least a slight breeze ... and that's where the Trinity portable wind turbine comes into play.
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