It's quite silly that the way in which many power bars are manufactured, several of the included outlets are rendered impossible to use. The design of the Modular Power Strip increases the capacity of the supplementary power source, facilitating the connection of bulky adapters in a way that doesn't cover up adjacent sockets.
William Harris's concept combines a lengthy hub and a series of four outlets. Each of these power points is a separate unit, and at least two of them are capable of rotating 45 degrees around so that they're clear on either side. This allows you to plug in the bulky adapters attached to external hard drives and video gaming consoles. You might even choose to shift the Modular Power Strip components to face the direction of the appliance.
This Modular Power Strip Integrates Alternating Sockets for Versatility
1. Modular Power Strip - Creating power strips with modular design enables versatility and accommodates bulky adapters.
2. Rotating Power Points - Incorporating power points that can rotate 45 degrees provides flexibility in connecting devices with bulky adapters.
3. Maximizing Power Bar Capacity - Designing power bars to maximize capacity and prevent the blocking of adjacent sockets improves usability.
1. Electronics - The electronics industry can benefit from modular power strips that accommodate the increasing number of bulky adapters in consumer devices.
2. Home Appliances - Innovating power bars in the home appliance industry allows for convenient connection of various devices without covering adjacent sockets.
3. Office Furniture - The office furniture industry can integrate power strip solutions that maximize capacity and improve plug accessibility for a more efficient workspace.