A light bulb goes on overhead

June 1992
U.S. News & World Report;6/15/92, Vol. 112 Issue 23, p16
Reports that the launch of Intersource Technologies' E-Lamp light bulb suggests the possibility of breakthroughs that can completely reshape the way consumers view everyday products. The $10-$20 bulb reportedly lasts up to 20,000 hours; Cuts energy use by 75 percent; Description of the bulb; Details of some upcoming products on display at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago.


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