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The Corona: Environmentally Conscious Solar Light

It's amazing the difference good design can make. Yeah, those stupid little lawn lights we see all around nowadays are solar powered. But they're not very attractive or versatile.

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The materials, design, and idea of the where buy levitra Corona are all completely conscious of the environment. And that environmental consciousness has resulted in a stunningly attractive design. Solar lighting looks to be ready for the big leagues. Who could argue against these gorgeous little things.

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written by Mark, May 25, 2007
We've had LEDs around for so long, how come we only just thought of making them into lights?

I recently bought an LED desklamp and think it's the business. LED is definitely going to take off.

Let's hope more designers like Corona put their thinking hats on for the environment.
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written by mbm, May 26, 2007
Hey Mark, could you tell me where you bought your desklamp. I'm currently looking for one and I haven't seen any in the stores I've been in.
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written by mbm, May 26, 2007
A LED desklamp of course, heh.
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written by L.T., May 31, 2007
We've had LEDs around for so long, how come we only just thought of making them into lights?


It's because up until recently, LEDs disappate their light energy much faster than conventional bulbs, i.e., it could only light small areas. More advanced LEDs have come of cialis samples in canada age but they're expensive. Everything is slowly dropping in price so yes, in the future LEDS will be here to stay but I don't think they will be the end all solution. Organic light diodes are the future. They use even less energy than LEDs, cheaper to manufacturer, and are not harmful to the environment.
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written by larry, January 16, 2008
The web is also has great potential for revamping our environmental footprint.
Read the Editorial by Internet Evolution on how the web can save the cambridgeacademyaz.com planet-
http://www.internetevolution.com/

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