You know what’s weird? Our wall outlets and sockets. While we still need to plug in our power cords and chargers of our laptops and home PC’s to the standard sockets, most of our gadgets are equipped with USB charging cords. While more and more of our wall outlets are getting dusty and unused, we scream our lungs out for another free USB port. How long can this last? Not long I hope. Especially when the need is here and clear. More importantly, it’s not about when and how, but about why these USB sockets are not yet everywhere we look?
Maybe this will stir the things up and make it all go the right way before we all get our minds blown by wireless charging (as wireless syncing, playing and interacting already did). But lets slow down for a bit, Art Lebedev just came out with Zaryadkus a USB wall outlet concept. Simple and useful. You can install it as it is or snap on a fold-away tray for you gadgets safe keeping, whatever rocks your boat, but this is still a good way forward.