If you haven't been conserving
like any good citizen of the world -- carpooling, turning lights off when you leave the room, keeping your
defibrillator unplugged -- perhaps it's about time you took your energy output into your own hands. We've seen
juice-monitoring solutions before, but the Wattson definitely takes the cake for style and simplicity, showing a
running total of wattage output represented in a digital readout or ambient light -- it can also connect to your PC and
record usage patterns. Unfortunately you're going to have to spend £350 ($600 US) to get one, and that's if you're
lucky enough to snag one of the limited run of 250 they manufactured. Elementary, my dear... ahem.