Wireless Blender Uses Power from Your Countertops Not Cords
This has to be seen to be believed, but this blender works without a power cord or cable by simply placing it on an eCoupled-enabled countertop or work surface. Unlike low-powered devices such as cell phones and MP3 players that only need five watts or less, high-powered kitchen devices like blenders, grills, and coffee makers often require kilowatts of power - a much greater technological challenge.
Well it looks like they've done it. And I can't tell you how quickly I'd replace our countertops and cook surfaces if this becomes mainstream. Killer.