Samsung video shows you what to do with all of those charging cables that you don't need

Samsung video shows you what to do with all of those charging cables that you don't need
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge both come with native support for wireless charging. So what does this mean? Well, for one thing, it means that all of those charging cables that you have been hoarding can be used for other purposes. A video produced by Samsung suggests that the cables can be used for knitting, or to build a hammock or other outdoor furniture.

Samsung even turned some charging cables into huge chairs. The finished products all sported a tag that read "Use our cables to recharge yourself. We don't need them anymore."

The number of cables required to make some of the lawn furniture was impressive. The giant chairs each used more than 150 chargers. Seems like a good use for cables that are no longer being employed by Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge users. Has Sammy discovered a whole new product line that it can jump right into?



source: SamsungBelgium

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