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Firewinder Wind Powered LED Light

by Johan on June 13, 2011

Firewinder Wind Powered LED Light

The Firewinder wind-powered LED light has a cool spiral shape with 14 LED lights surrounding it. This eco-friendly lamp requires a minimum of 4 mph wind to generate enough power for LED lights. The brightness of the light will depend on the strength of the wind: the faster the wind, the brighter Firewinder glows with its spiraling lights. It can be installed quickly and easily with a few standard tools. $59.99 is all you need to bring home the Firewinder. [Product Page]

Ecopad Tablet PC Concept

by Johan on May 27, 2011

Ecopad Tablet PC Concept

Jun-se Kim, Yonggu Do and Eunha Seo have creatively designed an eco-friendly tablet PC namely the Ecopad. What makes this tablet PC unique is that it uses no external power source to recharge its battery. The gadget has the nano piezoelectricity film on its touchscreen display that turns every touch or press on the screen into electricity. See more pictures after the jump to get more details. Read more

NextOfKin Creatives EcoWater CES Purification System

Designed by NextOfKin Creatives, the EcoWater CES purification system consists of three main cylindrical parts such as a water filtration column, a hot water tank and a re-engineered compact pump system to dispense water. Directly connected to the kitchen tap, the EcoWater CES is the most compact in its category, dispensing extremely high quality water for your coffee or tea. See more pictures after the jump. Read more

Philips Introduces The World First LED Replacement For 75W Incandescent Bulbs

Philips has proudly introduced the world’s first replacement bulb for the 75 Watts incandescent light. Known as the EnduraLED A21, this LED version produces 1100 lumens of light, and only consumes 17 Watts. It has a color temperature of 2700k, a color rendering index (CRI) of 80, and a rated life of about 25,000 hours (around 3 years of non-stop light). Philips will launch the EnduraLED A21 in Q4 of 2011 for about $40-$45. [Press Release]

IKEA Solvinden Solar-powered Table Lamp

by Johan on May 2, 2011

IKEA Solvinden Solar-powered Table Lamp

If you are looking for an eco-friendly table lamp, then check out the new IKEA Solvinden solar-powered table lamp. The IKEA Solvinden table lamp is juiced by a trio of rechargeable AA batteries and a solar charger, which can brighten anyplace for around four hours. If you are interested, you can buy the IKEA Solvinden Solar-powered table lamp for $19.99 each. [IKEA]