This is the 13-year-old Malaysian boy who has displayed his technical wizardry when he created a portable phone charger for his brother made from cardboard and cables.
Netizen ‘Aaoisora’ shared photos and a video clip of the handmade power bank on Twitter where they have been viewed over 60,000 times.
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He said that he was complaining at home about not being able to afford a new power bank for his phone and his little brother fashioned him one with cardboard and cables.
‘Aaoisora’ said that he arrived home and was surprised by his brother, who presented him with an imperfect but fully functioning power charger.
The main case was made from cardboard while slots were cut out to fit the USB input port as well as an on-off rocker switch.
‘Aaoisora’ wrote: “It is not every day when your little brother does something outside of the box.”
He added that he will be treating his little brother to a slap-up McDonald’s feast to show his appreciation.
After sharing a video clip of the makeshift charger working, ‘Aaoisora’ received a wave of comments and he followed up his post with the message: “He really appreciates all the kind words from you guys.
“He will keep improving it to make sure it is safer to use and longer-lasting.”
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