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The Plugg Radio by Skrekkøgle is a simple radio that can be turned off by putting a cork in it. The future of electronics is clearly developing to a concept called ‘through the glass’, which employs iPhone-like touch interaction, making buttons become obsolete. The Plugg Radio by Skrekkøgle is a simple radio that can be turned off by putting a cork in it. The future of electronics is clearly developing to a concept called ‘through the glass’, which employs iPhone-like touch interaction, making buttons become obsolete. The Plugg Radio by Skrekkøgle is a simple radio that can be turned off by putting a cork in it. The future of electronics is clearly developing to a concept called ‘through the glass’, which employs iPhone-like touch interaction, making buttons become obsolete. The Plugg Radio by Skrekkøgle is a simple radio that can be turned off by putting a cork in it. The future of electronics is clearly developing to a concept called ‘through the glass’, which employs iPhone-like touch interaction, making buttons become obsolete.

The Plugg Radio by Skrekkøgle is a simple radio that can be turned off by putting a cork in it. The future of electronics is clearly developing to a concept called ‘through the glass’, which employs iPhone-like touch interaction, making buttons become obsolete. via iGnant / photographs courtesy of Skrekkøgle

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