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Tag: Power

USB Gadget Charger Looks Like a Penguin – Why? I have No Idea.

USB Gadget Charger Looks Like a Penguin – Why? I have No Idea.
Sure, you can charge your USB gadgets with that boring old A/C adapter that the factory shipped with your electronics, but why would you want to do that if you could have one that looks like this?

The Outlet Wall Does Away With Need for Those Pesky Power Strips

The Outlet Wall Does Away With Need for Those Pesky Power Strips
If you look at the outlet strips behind my home theater setup, you’d understand why I think this idea is so cool. The Outlet Wall is obviously a bit of creative Photoshop work, but I think the concept is fun.

Build Your Own Tesla Coil

Build Your Own Tesla Coil
And some people think junk is just, well, junk. But to the more visionary among us, that junk could be anything. Anything. Even a Tesla coil, if you’re innovative enough. This DIY Tesla coil was built entirely from items found in the garbage.

One Giant Leap for Robotkind: Robot Successfully Opens Doors, Plugs Own Power Cord

One Giant Leap for Robotkind: Robot Successfully Opens Doors, Plugs Own Power Cord
Yes, whereas Neil Armstrong had to walk on the moon to get to say his famous quote, this robot only had to open doors and plug power cords and voila – Robot Armstrong. How unfair is that.

Grassy Lawn Charging Station Keeps Your Gadgets Juiced Up, Requires No Mowing

Grassy Lawn Charging Station Keeps Your Gadgets Juiced Up, Requires No Mowing
I’ve been waiting a really long time to buy some sort of box for concealing all my gadget A/C adapters and cords, and I think I’ve finally found the one that I want sitting on my counter.

Freeloader Pro Solar Recharger Juices Up Your Gadgets

Freeloader Pro Solar Recharger Juices Up Your Gadgets
Ever find yourself out in the middle of nowhere with not a single drop of power left in your digital gadgets? Then you might just have to grab the new Freeloader Pro, a compact device designed to charge up your portable electronics with the power of the sun.

Antrepo’S D Battery Salt and Pepper Shakers Generate Zero-Point-Zero Volts of Power

Antrepo’S D Battery Salt and Pepper Shakers Generate Zero-Point-Zero Volts of Power
These whimsical salt and pepper shakers get their inspiration from a couple of good old D-cell batteries. The guys over at Antrepo Design Industry created these prototype battery-sized Salt & Pepper Cells out of stainless steel and glass.

Electric Man Power Strip: This Little Guy Actually Enjoys 110-Volts Running Through His Body at All Times

Electric Man Power Strip: This Little Guy Actually Enjoys 110-Volts Running Through His Body at All Times
This electrical dude has got to be my favorite power strip ever. All other power cords in the universe should immediately be destroyed and replaced with an army of Electric Men. Do your part and head over to Urban Outfitters start plugging them in everywhere.

Recharge Your Gadgets With a Hand Crank

Recharge Your Gadgets With a Hand Crank
Ever find yourself out and about when your cell phone runs out of juice? Did you know you can recharge your portable gadgets anywhere, even when there’s no available power source? Just plug your gadgets into this handy hand crank charger and get to cranking.

Mathmos Wind Lights Powered by Tiny Turbines

Mathmos Wind Lights Powered by Tiny Turbines
UK lighting maker Mathmos’ latest creation combines modern technology with eco-conscious wind power to create light without need for batteries or plug-in power. These Wind Lights measure in at just under 8″ tall, but they work just like their bigger windmill cousins, generating electricity through the power of air.

Mini E: Your Chance to Test Drive the Electric Mini Cooper

Mini E: Your Chance to Test Drive the Electric Mini Cooper
MINI today announced that they’ll be giving up to 500 test drivers the opportunity to test drive the new no-carbon footprint electric MINI E before it’s released. The diminutive 3-door MINI E is powered by a 100% electric motor (hybrids are for wusses), and still manages to go from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in about 8.5 seconds.

Torch Flashlight So Hot You Could Fry an Egg on It

Torch Flashlight So Hot You Could Fry an Egg on It
How many times have you pulled the flashlight out of your utility drawer only to find out it can barely light up 2 feet in front of your face? This insanely bright flashlight certainly doesn’t have that problem.

Eneplug USB Charger Plug is Simple, Brilliant

Eneplug USB Charger Plug is Simple, Brilliant
Why is it that Japan gets so many of the coolest gadgets long before we get them here in the states? While these compact USB chargers aren’t going to blow your mind, I certainly would like to get my hands on a few to throw into my travel bag.

Microfiber Clothing Could Power Your Gadgets for Free

Microfiber Clothing Could Power Your Gadgets for Free
If you’ve ever walked along a carpet in the wintertime, you know all about how you can generate electrical shocks without ever plugging in to an outlet. Now it looks like your body movements could be harnessed to provide electricity for your mobile electronics.

Griffin Powerdock Charges Multiple Ipods

Griffin Powerdock Charges Multiple Ipods
In a multi-iPod/iPhone household like mine, this device looks like it could be a godsend for tidying up the rats’ nest of cables on our kitchen countertop. Here’s a single charging dock that can recharge up to four iPods or iPhones simultaneously.

Analog Gauge Reveals Power Supply Vital Signs

Analog Gauge Reveals Power Supply Vital Signs
This gauge connects to your computer to reveal critical information about your PC’s current operating conditions. Rather than modern digital readouts, the Gigabyte Visual USB Gauge uses a good, old fashioned analog gauge to relay the current state of your computer’s power supply.