We have seen multiple versions of personal ‘solar energy’ harnessing machines. What we have here is the Aero E, capable of utilizing wind energy to store power for charging up a number of gadgets. The device consists of a turbine and a base that is attached to the window pane via suction cups and magnets. A charging pad on the other side of the base receives the energy by induction which in turn juices up the gadgets when placed on it.
There’s also a software that comes with the device to track wind patterns and durations of charging. Aero E has been designed by Lance Cassidy.