A typical home will have a bunch of devices that need charging every single day. We know that most of you just spread them around, splitting up wall sockets with power strips and getting the most out of them. The trouble is usually that: they are all spread out over your place and creating a mess with the wires. Here at Unplggd, we eschew messy wires, so the charging mat comes in really handy by creating a standalone charging station.
Shelving hasn’t changed much in the last 50 years. There’s nothing more boring than picking up a pair of shelves from Ikea and putting them in your pad. Most of the time, you have to mix and match and that never looks good. Thankfully, new types of shelving are coming out. This shelf is a technological piece of furniture, that will enable you to light your space, charge your gadgets and store stuff. That’s pretty nifty!
I’ve never seen a good looking cable. Cords and cables are always unseemly. You just want to hide them away behind a desk or a closet. The fact of the matter is that our modern lives are intertwined with cables. We just can’t live without them! They’re everywhere. All gadgets come with some charging cable or USB cable, that just messes everything up. Thankfully, Microworks has come up with a new and fresh design, a cable that you wouldn’t mind having around, now how novel is that?
As you may already know, leaving many of your devices plugged into a wall socket or power outlet means that they are consuming electricity even when you aren’t using them. This adds up if you have a lot of devices and gadgets that are always plugged in. The simple way around this is to physically unplug them and plug them in only when they are in use, but that can easily get tedious.
In the quest of keeping all of your gadgets charged up, nothing would be quite like using a bonsai tree that uses the sun to juice them up. Vivien Muller came out with this great concept to charge your gadgets. PhotonSynthesis is a device which looks like a solar-cell bonsai.
No matter how much you try, you will never have enough wall outlets. That’s why we have extension cords and power adapters to multiply them. One of the ways of cutting down on wires and power cords is to simply have more wall outlets, which is why this one is so nifty.
Brando has just come out with a new universal battery charger. It works on the same principles, jaw-grip/adjustable electric contacts, as their previous Thanko version. This little gizmo is designed to be portable and draws its power from a USB port. It can supposedly adapt to different voltages.
Pesky wires are always a problem with modern gadgets. All of those gadgets need to be charged. Strabes found an interesting solution to this problem. Strabes turned a drawer from a nightstand into a handy charging station.