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    Plug and Play tables: What a Design

    Now you need not fight with your wife whose mobile phone would be charged first along the bedside because someone has really given the fight a thought and has come up with plug and play tables which can be used to put coffee mug over it and charging your handset at the same time.tablet-electrical-outletAlthough it is a design till date and nothing has been known about its introduction in the market, the design of Plug and Play tables is neat, simple and straight forward. The beauty of this gadget lies in the fact that you can put it anywhere in your house or office to perform the dual task of a charger and a table simultaneously.

    If you are tired of all those ugly power points and wall sockets them this Plug and Play table will indeed add on to the aesthetic value to your rooms. Plug and Play tables can be even used in the kitchen while you are working. You can charge any of your electronic item with its built in power strip by plugging in the table to any power socket. Plug and Play tables will not only stand physically with the aid of the socket but also draw power that can be used for your other electronic items charging.

    The Nothing Design Group along with the designer Sung-Pil Hwang has crafted the design.

    So next time you are in a hurry to office and forgot to charge you mobile phone overnight; need not worry. Just enjoy your breakfast on your very own Plug and Play table and along with it, put your mobile phone on charging using its power strip. Seems quite amusing!!!

    Wonder if it would really support so much of weight??? Well for that wait for Plug and Play tables to be introduced in the markets and for yourself see a demo to believe. But you too will agree that its definitely a great idea and a striking design too!!!

    Via:  Mint Gadgets

    David Novak
    David Novak
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