I’ll have to agree somewhat with your analysis… but what if we put a small wind turbine next to the heat fan and plugged that directly into your battery? A little electrical engineering and you’d have at least some of your power transferred back.
That won't work… they forgot the transformer! The usb port provides about 5V, and my laptop takes 18.5V.
oh, and that whole perpetual motion not being possible thing, that might prevent this from working too
You have no sense of humor at all, and fail at life.
he was being sarcastic. His comment was just as hilarious as yours.
I'll have to agree somewhat with your analysis… but what if we put a small wind turbine next to the heat fan and plugged that directly into your battery? A little electrical engineering and you'd have at least some of your power transferred back.
Don't forget the photovoltaic cells to capture light from the monitor!
@SomeWhiteGuy – I've got a little fan plugged into one of my usb ports, so all that's needed is that small wind turbine – brilliant idea…
why not have the usb port rotate the turbine without the extra step of creating wind to rotate a wind turbine which would result in a huge energy loss.
Why not skip the "turbine" entirely and just use electricity?
you forgot the troll face.
why do people use @ when there is a big ass reply button?
Do want! Even though it's not real and can't work, but if it existed….
hate to see a great picture used without the proper reference…originally from a b3ta.com image competition http://b3ta.com/challenge/pointlessusbdevice/popu…
Just goes to show you, everyone is stupid…. Including YOU
Grand theft, thermodynamic!
make a mouse with a gyro in it to produce a trickle charge for your laptop
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