CNET's Dong Ngo recaps his personal experience with using the Mobion Fuel Cell Generator during CES 2011.
Rather than look for an electrical outlet in the airport, you can pull out a liquid methanol cartridge to charge your ultra-mobile PC, if this partnership pans out.
Interview with Peng Lim, CEO of MTI MicroFuel Cells.
MTI Micro's Mobion gadget charger uses a fuel cell and replaceable cartridges to power up.
CNET's Dong Ngo's take on MTI Micro's Mobion charger, the first portable fuel cell power generator for handheld devices.
As CNET News.com reported earlier, fuel cell manufacturer has an embedded methanol fuel cell designed for the navigation gadgets. No word when it will hit the market, though.
Company converts a laptop to run with a direct methanol fuel cell, a technology that some consumer electronics makers are showing interest in.
Company says it's working to adapt its integrated methanol fuel cell technology for digital cameras.
Now that CES 2011 is slipping into the past, here are the things in the show's networking and storage categories that are sticking with CNET's Dong Ngo.