On June 19, 2008, Marianne Rohrlich created Sun Table, an outdoor teak and stainless steel table with solar energy. -
Power sockets for notebook computers, telephones, radios and lights.
After sitting in the sun for four hours, the solar cells on the desktop are fully charged.
Then they can generate electricity for four hours, or work overnight or have cocktails.
The table is 31 x 54 inches tall and 18 inches tall, enough to accommodate a small group of people, and waterproof, so it can be placed in the rain.
It can be purchased from Sudia Design Laboratory for about $2,000. information: (206)666-
5869 or Suntable. net.
A version of this article is printed on page 3 of the New York edition with the title: Sit around the table and bring your electronic equipment.
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