the singapore based horizon fuel cell technologies is showing off the hydrofill, a fuel cell system
designed for charging electronic gadgets at CES 2010. the product will be released later this year
and allows users to charge up their favourite mobile or small electronics with a hydrogen fuel cell.
the device extracts the hydrogen from water and stores it in special cartridges, which fit into the
pocket size minipak. the minipak uses a USB port to charge everything from ipods and cameras to
rechargeable batteries and GPS devices. the process of turning water into hydrogen is very clean
too, since its only produces water vapour as a result.