Hello, my-blogmedia readers. We meet again. Here we are posting the winner of product innovations that might be usefull for you.
Honorable mention: circuitDESK
In a time when the common work space includes a lamp, computer monitor, speakers, phone and cradles for various gadgets, it's surprising that so few desks are designed to accommodate standard electronics — let alone the tangle of cables that inevitably tails behind them.
Nicholas Komor, a junior at Georgia Tech, designed circuitDESK with mounted power outlets and a track-based logic for managing cables. "I was most inspired by two things: electric cable mess and vampire energy," says Komor, referring to the energy drain of devices left on standby power.
With the flip of a switch on circuitDESK, your whole desk goes right off the power grid, preserving the life span of devices while saving energy and money.