What if that phone charger you casually toss into your bag everyday was more than just a power adapter? What if was secretly a fully fledged Windows PC? Well, then you’d have the Quanta Compute Plug.
I know a lot of people like to throw on a lot of trinkets and flair and pizazz on your phone but would people really use this crystal dust plug? It's a little cubic zirconia diamond that plugs into your phone's headphone jack to add some bling and presumably protect the interior of your headphone jack.
I can't believe no one has thought of this until now. I will never have to rearrange my cell phone charger plug, laptop plug, and the dozen others that fight for space on a traditional power strip ever again. UPDATED.
Occasionally I cover my ears and sing "Lalalala, I'm not listening to your concept description." Today I'm covering them and begging "No! Don't punch holes into my poor earlobes and make me use this hearing aid when I'm old! Please!"
Lately I've been sharing my desk. Lots of fun, but you quickly end up with a cable mess and running out of plugs. That's why I want someone to convert the RedDot Award-winner PowerPost into a real product.
Why? Because you could use the device to remotely cut power to any gadget that is plugged in to an outlet.
Are your allergies so severe that a Claritin has no effect? The Japanese have a solution, and it involves shoving round pieces of plastic up your nose to block out allergens. It may seem unorthodox, but as the lady at the clinic keeps telling me, prevention is much more effective than cures. We'll stick to pills,…
If you thought the phrase "useful phone charm" was inherently oxymoronic, please meet Plug It's phone charm offering. It looks like a hunk of plastic junk, until you split it open to reveal a complete data cable.
Most cell phones now come with media playback features, but designers still seem to think that a wide range of proprietary headphone connections makes more sense than using a standard 3.5mm jack. This colorful invention gets around this problem, converting various manufacturers' connections to a standard headphone…
Here's a concept for a karmic-ly aware powerplug that makes an outlet for every outlet it consumes.