Within the channel, the batteries are continuously charged – and because they are loaded from the top and retrieved from the bottom, this effectively sorts them from the least to the fullest charged without any conscious effort. No need to sort, store, and keep track of your batteries. It’s like having a dispenser in the home that provides an endless supply of AA batteries! Via a unique vertical configuration, sorting and storage is integrated, automatic, and effortless. All the user has to do each time is to drop in a depleted battery from the top, and retrieve a fully charged one from below.
Creator : Moo-hyun Jang / Jeong-woo Choo
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Microsoft just introduced its first-ever laptop on Tuesday, called Surface Book. Weighing in at a little over three pounds, Surface Book is the fastest 13-inch laptop ever created, and it’s two times faster than Apple’s MacBook Pro, according to Microsoft. It will be available October 26 starting at $1,499.
The Microsoft Surface Book is machined out of a single piece of magnesium, and is built with a dynamic fulcrum hinge. The display has a muscle wire lock so you can remove it entirely and use it as a tablet. You can even flip the display around to draw on it like a clipboard.
The trackpad is made with precision glass that can support five-point multitouch. Surface Book is powered by Intel’s sixth-generation Core i7 chip and an incredibly fast graphics card from NVIDIA. It also comes with up to 16GB of RAM and 1 terabyte of storage space. It has a backlit, ergonomic keyboard. It comes with two USB ports and a full-size SD card, and it offers 12 hours of battery life.
Source (Dave Smith, “Microsoft just introduced its first-ever laptop and it’s insane”, Business Insider, 06.10.2015)
It’s time to move on and discard phone alarms and clocks! This is the new age people; we need cooler and hipper gear like this Alarm Pillow! It gently vibrates at the given hour, to wake you up with a buzz. And if you don’t get out of the bed, your head-weight acts as the snooze trigger.
Designer: Seung Jun Jeong (“Alarm clocks are so redundant…”, Yanko Design, 05.10.2010)