Posts Tagged: "Power"

Smartmeter Issues

Smart Meters Cause Issue In Texas, Drug Dealers Be Warned

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Why California Edison hasn’t rolled out smart meters is beyond my understanding, but it might actually be a good thing according to Inhabitat.  In Texas numerous customers have complained about sky rocketing bills after the meters had been installed.  Insult to injury, there are all sorts of privacy concerns to...

Backpack Power Plant

Hyrdoelectric Power Plant In A Backpack Now For Real

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Although it’s not enough to power to supply an average American’s home, the Backpack Power Plant from Bourne Energy of Malibu, CA might be the off the grid power answer to rurally located villages. The portable device, which weighs 30lbs and measure about 4 feet long (based on the pic),...

EzGear Travel Outlet

ezSpace Surge2Go Portable Power Strip From ezGear

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Traveling with a bunch of computer gear can be a pain.  Surfacing as one of the only travel surge protectors I’ve seen, the ezSpace Surge2Go Portable Power Strip From ezGear could be just what the gear head on the go is looking for. Featuring 3 appropriately spaced outlets and a...

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Lexon Safe Bamboo And Bio-plastic Gear

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Lexon’s line of aesthetically pleasing bamboo and bio-plastic gadgets is easy on the environment and cool on the eyes.  These solar powered and renewable energy mini-appliances will look positively earth awesome in your place.  No word on pricing or availability.  The LED solar flashlight is pictured above....

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Evoline Lounge Table With Power Ports

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This thing is just plain whack looking.  With its giant punching bag base and its overall odd aesthetic I just want to kick it over.  What makes it “somewhat” desirable is the fact that it packs two power ports and two ethernet inputs to keep you charged and connected. I...

Haier Wireless Power

Haier Does Real Deal Wireless Power On An LCD TV

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The future is here, at least according to Haier.  Although we didn’t have time to stop by their booth at CES, the folks from TechOn did, and they got the run down on the company’s latest technology. This LCD TV, which has no name, uses WiTricity Corp’s wireless power technology. ...