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CES 2011: eCoupled wireless power and light up cereal boxes

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Uploaded on Jan 12, 2011

At CES last week, Fulton Innovations showed off a new technology it's calling "eCoupled intelligent wireless power." The technology allows objects of all kinds to be powered wirelessly and without clunky cases and dongles. Mobile phones, a small pot, and a cereal box that lights up were some of the demonstrations we were shown at the show.

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