ThinkGeek, an online store that specializes in odd techie gadgets, recently began selling wireless extension cords. No, that is not a misprint. They have actually created an extension cord that works without the “cord.”
Right now, you are probably thinking, how is that possible?
The wireless extension cord, or WOC, uses a microwave beamed from a transmitter to a receiver at a frequency of 7.2 Ghz. According to the site, the microwaves are not harmful, but they encourage people to not stand in between them, or put other objects in their path.
(Some people may realize that this item was posted on april 1st. Go ahead, try to buy one.)