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Electronics drawer challenge

Every country culture and class has the same problem, a drawer full of electronic cords and doodads.

The challenge is, come up with a list of 10 profitable ideas to handle that drawer, at scale, so that everybody can potentially get rid of it cheaply 

    1. The first idea

    The first idea is a simple one. A flat cord with a USB plug on each end and maybe some other plugs in the middle. You can plug your phone into one side, your laptop into the other, etc. And you can just roll up all your cords and put them in this one flat cord.

    2. The second idea

    A sort of "cable ladder". Like a ladder made out of cables so you can hang up all your cables to keep them organized.

    3. The third idea

    A sort of "cable tree" but instead of hanging it on the wall, you just put it on the floor like a plant and then all your cords go into it and are kept organized that way.

    4. The fourth idea

    A little box that has all the plugs for every electronic device ever invented. So you don't have to keep those around either. Just plug everything into this box and then the box goes wherever you want it to go (like near an outlet) and then everything gets plugged in there instead of having to plug things directly into outlets around your house or office.

    5. The fifth idea!

    A smart power strip that knows which devices are plugged in when they turn on and off, so it can shutoff everything else when those devices are turned off (like if you turn off your computer at night, then by morning all the other stuff plugged into that powerstrip gets automatically shut off too). This way you don't have to unplug everything every time you want to turn something off (and also saves energy).

    6. The sixth idea!

    A smart power strip that knows which devices are plugged in when they turn on and off, so it can shutoff everything else when those devices are turned off (like if you turn off your computer at night, then by morning all the other stuff plugged into that powerstrip gets automatically shut off too). This way you don't have to unplug everything every time you want to turn something off (and also saves energy). Plus, add some extra USB ports so it's useful even if not shutting down automatically.

    7. Idea #7

    many ideas combined

    THE ULTIMATE POWER STRIP

    $50 Billion market cap company!

    here's how we get there



    For example


    A) Make sure outlets are spaced far apart so multiple plugs fitB) Put as many extra USB ports as possibleC) Have a special spot for laptopsD) Have an automatic switch-off featureE) Have a special spot for phonesF) Make sure the design is beautifulG) Make sure its affordableH) Make sure its available everywhereI ) Maybe make different versions for different countriesJ ) Maybe make different versions for different classesK ) Maybe make different versions for different industriesL ) Maybe make different versions for different home situationsM ) Maybe make different versions for different office situationsN ) Maybe make special outdoor-use versionsO ) Maybe make special international travel versionsP ) And finally


    R) Make sure there's an app that lets people share their excess outlets with others who might need more than what their house provides
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