On Tue, 30 Apr 2013 14:31:39 -0400, "Tom Del Rosso" <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Spehro Pefhany wrote: >> >> If you want to feel sad, read some of the comments on this: >> >> http://www.yankodesign.com/2013/04/26/plug-it-on-the-window/ >> >> I hope most of them are 'plants' by some amoral marketing firm. I'd >> hate to think that many people are so innumerate. >> >> All they need to do is to solve a couple of "technical problems". >> Kettles and toasters from something the size of a hockey puck. 8-( > >This did not come from marketing. > >"Look up Ohm's law. Anything that works off 240v will need more than the >minuscule amps that this will be able to produce. On the other hand, convert >this to a USB plug (5v) and you have something useful."
No, but.. one poster said "Lol 130 of this 155 Comments are paid people , found on paid twitter accounts. LAME !"
This would be great for camping blowing up your air mattress, lights, radio, toaster etc good marketing potential!
Ill buy one as soon as it hits the market!!! Awesome idea!!!
whats the phrase? SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY! Geeez, these would be a GODSEND to us apartment dwellers who want to go solar, but cant install panels due to idiotic landlords.
LOVE the idea of this product!! would like to be notified of production and availability!!
When will this be available to buy and where?
When will this be in stores? Where can I buy this?
Where can I place the order? The design looks really nice and if it works well I would say another hole in the market is about to be filled !
Wonderful concept. Please include me in your first e-mailshot as soon as its commercially available. (I hope the powers that be dont sabotage this excellent invention of yours.)
I thought fantastic, to use clean energy and benefit many people and especially our planet! luck and creative ideas that may well
I cant wait ..please let me know when I can buy a bunch of these how much do you think they will cost?..and will they be available with a u.s. style socket?