Power strips sit under all our desks, and they're an oft-ignored bit of kit, with the occasional exception. Which is why I like the Revolve power strip design by Takumi Yoshida. It's a simple and neat solution to the problem of power strip clutter caused by different sized power bricks: each socket can spin around on the column so there's plenty of room to deconflict. It's just a concept, but I'd love for someone to make it real— the fearsome tangle of electrical connections sitting under my desk is a scary fire hazard. [Yanko design]
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