The creation of Korean designers Kyuho Song and Boa Oh, the Window Socket
is a portable, suction plate-based solar converter-charger that
functions as a standard (at this point, European) plug. Stick it on any
window — at home, in the office, car windshield, commuter train — where
there’s decent sunlight, and the device automatically starts converting
sunlight into electric energy. Once fully charged – it takes about five
to eight hours — remove the Window Socket and you have yourself a
handy-dandy little outlet-on-the-go that maintains its charge for an
unfortunately short 10 hours.

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Date: 2013-05-03

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