The INLET Wall Socket Conserves Energy While Increasing Child Safety

June 11, 2013 by  
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Since its invention, the standard electrical outlet has changed little in function or appearance. The INLET by LivingPlug seeks to not only change the aesthetics of the standard wall socket, but to increase efficiency and improve child safety. Their flagship product can be inserted into a normal duplex unit and includes a high capacity 2.1v USB charger that powers three tamper resistant outlets. Read the rest of The INLET Wall Socket Conserves Energy While Increasing Child Safety Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “energy efficiency” , California , child safety , china , face plate , forest lake , inlet , kickstarter , livingplug , Minnesota , outlet , Sacramento , usb charger , vampire charge , wall socket        

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Eton’s Rukus Solar Boombox Keeps the Music Pumping All Day Long

July 6, 2012 by  
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Summer is the perfect time for picnics and pool parties, but don’t count on the mediocre built-in speakers of your smartphone or laptop to kick things off. Eton ’s Rukus Solar boombox is a portable, wireless sound system that is powered by the sun. Simply connect any Bluetooth-enabled music player (like your smartphone, tablet or laptop) with Eton’s “one-touch pairing” and you’re ready to stream music wirelessly all day long. Read the rest of Eton’s Rukus Solar Boombox Keeps the Music Pumping All Day Long Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: bluetooth , Etón , Eton’s Rukus Solar sound system , music player , Rukus Solar , smartphone charger , solar panel , Solar Power , sound system , usb charger , USB output

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