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April 1, 2006

New Wireless Technology: Extension Cords

ThinkGeek discovered a very useful tool that helps you get rid of long cords and troublesome cables.

"Now you can put anything in any room you want - even outside. Every once in a while, though, a long cord across the floor can be more dangerous than helpful. Sure you could just put a carpet or tape over the cord, but why bother? Let technology solve its own problems. Grab some Wireless Extension Cords, and leave the wires where they belong - somewhere else!

Just plug the Wireless Extension Cord (WEC) base unit into a standard wall outlet, and plug whatever you need into the satellite unit. The WEC uses microwaves in the 7.2GHz range, so it won't interfere with wireless networks, Bluetooth components, etc."

I wonder, is it dangerous to use this Wireless Extension Cord?

Update:
This is an April Fool's Day joke.

Read about wireless electricity and Tesla coil.

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