Introducing the one-watt lightbulb

We often hear of innovations that promise to drastically change how we use light, but this one truly hits home: a one-watt lightbulb.

EcoGeek reports that Mule Lighting has developed a line of LED lamps with roughly 10 times the life of its incandescent counterparts. But the environmental blog points out that pricing probably precludes wide use at this time, noting, "Unfortunately, they're not yet being mass produced and are probably pretty expensive (since they wouldn't tell us how much they cost)."

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