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|Culture & Science - Strange Inventions|
|Saturday, 25 February 2012 03:14|
Have chosen a very pretty cover for the laptop and not being able to use it during the days of battle because it has space for cables and the plug ... and end up putting everything in a horrendous maletota. Not that my beautiful cover should be bigger, but the plugs have to be smaller. And that ours are not as large as England.
Since the early 40's, no one had changed the plug design English. So this is so new. The device Mu , the school project started as a Korean student of industrial design, named Min-Kyu Choi. Its main feature is that it can fold into its own package, reducing its size by up to 70 percent. When closed, the device measures just an inch wide. Furthermore, the legs change position to accommodate a greater number of spaces.
Choi, who has started selling its compact plug for £ 25, states:
And is that just has to be: things more and more compact, lightweight and easy on the eye.