TIME’s Green Design Technology Winners

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TIME’s Green Design Technology Winners

This year’s Green Design 100 list is out by TIME magazine, and they’ve succeeded in showcasing some of the greatest people, businesses, ideas, and products that contribute to the environmentGreen Design TechnologyThis year’s Green Design 100 list is out by TIME magazine, and they’ve succeeded in showcasing some of the greatest people, businesses, ideas, and products that contribute to the environment. The most interesting of the lists is of course the technology sector, with products like the wooden and energy efficient Dell Studio Hybrid computer, the Samsung Blue Earth phone, the Solio portable solar charger, or the crank-powered MP3 player/phone charger/LED flashlight called the Baylus Revolution. The best of their picks is undoubtedly the Griffin AirCurve – a dock and set of speakers for iPhones that never needs power. It amplifies the sound from the speaker through a series of spiraled tubes. Definitely a cool invention!


But I think there’s a few green gadgets TIME missed out on. What about the nPower Peg Kinetic Charger that can power your phone or MP3 player as you walk? Or better yet, what about the clock that’s powered by nothing but water? I think both of those green technologies are far more impressive than a bamboo-cased laptop.


What do you think should have made TIME’s list?

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