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The Zaryadkus USB Socket Makes it Easier to Charge Your Gadgets

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: artlebedev & yankodesign
Since it seems like the majority of personal media electronics tend to come without wall chargers, the Zaryadkus USB Socket would make the process of juicing up one's gadgets a great deal more accessible. Consumers would not need to spend the extra $20 on each adapter, instead being equipped with the convenience of a wall-integrated power source for everything from mobile phones and mp3 players to tablets.

The Art Lebedev Studio has not just created a concept for a four-port device hub. The switch plate comes with an attachment that incorporates a drop-down tray. It tucks up flush with the casing, but when folded out, it perfectly accommodates a resting smartphone or iPod in case there's no table positioned close to the Zaryadkus USB Socket. Stats for Hinged Handset Hubs Trending: Older & Average
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