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The prototype is expected to cost about $90 when it comes to the market. So why would someone buy this novelty device when a simple energy monitor would do the exact same thing? Designer Carl Smith, who came up with the Wilting Flower, told the Daily Mail that he hopes people will become attached to the flower and keep it in bloom by changing their energy consumption habits. Other products display energy use on small LCD units which are not as attractive, he says.
A wireless connector is connected to the household electricity supply and when more appliances are turned on, the amount of current drawn increases and is buy ultram overnight relayed back to the Wilting Flower. When the flower displays a blue and buy fioricet greenish light, that means power usage is low. Purple is a bad sign and an indication that the http://theglobalobservatory.org/bestellen-levitra-online flower is about to wilt and it's time to buying viagra from india turn off some of those appliances.
Via: Daily Mail
written by Cliffski, November 26, 2008
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