is on hand here at the Mirage for Digital Experience, where it's demonstrating tons
of power solutions, ranging from solar
to induction. It's making some additions to its Energi To Go
line that will surely appeal to most consumers. Our favorite offering was the new EnergiStick, which comes in both microUSB and mini USB varieties, and will keep your cellphone (or other micro/mini USB equipped electronic) charged for an additional 30 minutes. There's also a new induction charging unit set to ship this summer for around $100. Finally, Energizer's showing off its tree-hugging side with a new line of flashlights that employ a hybrid charging scheme -- they use solar cells and have manual hand cranks.
Energizer showcases new power solutions at CES