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Green Plug Promises Universal Charger, Thank the Lord!

One of the three key R's that often goes forgotten is reusability. The word certainly seems lost on www.guenstige-versicherungen-online.de the electronics industry, which manufactures 3.2 billion external power supplies yearly.

There are two key problems of the power supply industry. One is form factor. The other is the power profile. Each device needs its own specific voltages, current levels, and additional electrical characteristics.

An enterprising eco-firm, Green Plug, looks to tackle the second issue, creating the basis for a universal charger. Green Plug has developed a communication interface that lets electronics devices communicate their exact power needs to the where can i buy real levitra Green plug power source, an industry first. By doing this, Green Plug has developed a charger that could work for everything from lightweight camera batteries to beefy laptops.

One key advantage of the technology is efficiency. The device can lower power consumption in most devices by allowing the electronics devices to buy levitra online pharmacy talk with it in order to dynamically control, monitor, and optimize power use.

Green Plug's demo is buying cialis without prescription so impressive that it won Green Plug CEO Frank Paniagua, Jr. the prestigious DEMOgod award at DEMO 08, an exclusive conference for emerging technology, held January 28-30 in Palm Desert, Calif. His presentation can be viewed here.

Chris Shipley, executive producer of DEMO 08, raved about Green Plug's product, saying,

It's the plague of the digital age... each and lowest price of tramadol every device comes with its own charger, turning us all into Sherpas of cialis professional cords and cables. For want of a standard, we're left in a tangle of electronics that have a short life before they're tossed to the landfill. Green Plug is changing that with a smart, programmable processor that is the basis of a universal electronics charger. The device will make its way into a variety of implementations, any of which will bring convenience while reducing the overhead of our electronics-driven existence.

Green Plug plans on supporting multiple simultaneous devices of enter site cialis testimonial different form factors in a charger that can be retained even when the user's electronics becomes obsolete. The result will be a supply that saves energy, thus saving the consumer money. It will also save space both in the user's household and in landfills across the country. With tech trash emerging as an important problem, Green Plug certainly seems to be onto something valuable.

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What a great idea
written by Carl Foner, February 13, 2008
There was talk of some this at the best price levitra online Greener Gadgets conference. Get manufacturers to stop selling chargers with each device, and you could then have just one, instead of many. But this takes it one step further obviously with the dynamic power optimization.

Now all we need is for them to connect this up to we use it levitra overnite a renewable source of energy (like a Solio or HYmini or something along those lines).
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When Can We Buy It?!!!
written by Fran McCollum, February 16, 2008
Way to go! Yes, I too hope it's easy to attach to a solar panel; I have some small ones (from siliconsolar) that I hope would work but larger would be ideal. The only concern I have is keeping the laptop or whatever in the shade while the charger is in the sun - or even indoors where it gets hot) - so perhaps consider long cords with an attachable protective pad you can clamp on to run it through doorways? I was also impressed that there's no more phantom load when items are left plugged in - which happens constantly since we are all so busy.
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Need it bad
written by wayne, February 19, 2008
My dad has alot of power tools. Even all the 18 volt stuff that looks exactly the same and made by the same company takes different chargers. Its a joke.

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