Our colleagues from Xataka tell us today, who know a lot about this, about the concept that Nokia is developing: a mobile phone that would be charged alone, using the energy that is left in the air by the equipment waiting in standby mode.
It seems that there is nothing commercially thought of in at least three years. Then, such a phone could remain on indefinitely no need to connect it to a Plug, since the excess electricity of equipment such as other phones, televisions or electronic equipment would provide enough energy.
While that time comes we will have to continue supporting cables and chargers everywhere. We have already seen here different ways to keep them hidden and integrated in our decoration, but today we bring you another proposal, in the same line as the electric vinyl that we commented a few weeks ago: highlight them instead of hiding them.
This is the AC Adapter Midori, created by the Japanese Shunsuke Umiyama, specialized in industrial design. Their designs are revolutionary, they bring novelty and sympathy and they make you smile when you look at them. Not in vain the motto of his study, Microworks, is "No humor, no design".
A limited edition of 20,000 pieces has been put up for sale, so if you like this green and lush design you can buy it now. It costs 1365 yen that, if I have not miscalculated, come to be something like 10 euros. Of course there is a small difficulty: the online sales page is only available in Japanese.