It no longer matters to the manufacturers if the texture of the gadgets and gizmos they make look like that of a wood piece. As if testifying that, bamboo gadgets are being picked up by most of the people at the CES this year. Dwelling on the opportunity, Impecca is getting all the attention and of course an increase in ...
You do not have much to look at a solar charger. They are etched out in standard shapes and sizes using the same gray crap strictly confining their usage to little else than ensuring sufficient charge for our ever-hungry batteries. Electree too does the same, but with grace and style.
Electronic gadgets help us remain connected everywhere, which rightly justifies their profound penetration in our lives. Of late we have seen several fantastic devices that have exploited renewable energy sources to help the equipment remain functional over longer periods of time on single charge. Industrial designer Cyrene Quiamco has devised Aeolus Phone with inbuilt power generating capabilities.
Lenovo may have missed out on the Earth Day for the release of its ThinkPad L Series laptops but the company has definitely been able to find an alternative for the eco-conscious professionals in the make.
The overwhelming urge to break the physical barriers when it comes to accessing information whenever and wherever they may be has led to development of path-breaking technologies. HOLO 2.0 is a wearable next generation computer that helps us in doing just that stylishly with ease and comfort while taking care of the green quotient as well.
[caption id="attachment_5065" align="alignright" width="270" caption="Electronic Gadgets a Rising Threat to the Environment "][/caption] The world is doomed for sure and as per the International Energy Agency, even your iPod is contributing. The stark reality is that we people are aware of the ill effects of greenhouses gases but, we still do not want to make a difference. For those curious as to how ...