I guess I can see some utility in putting a lighter adapter on the PC for things that come with auto chargers but not AC adapters. That makes sense and it's not surprising that you can find an adapter like that. But the actual cigarette lighter?
That thing that surprises me the most is the fact that they were able to buy a cigarette lighter already set up with the correct power adapters to attach to a computer power supply. Weird.
I do wonder if it is a good idea to actually use the cigarette lighter powered by the PC. Their specs suggested the device could draw up to 9 Amps. That's a fair amount of current. Anybody know what the ratings are for standard PC power supply outputs?
BTW: That last link for 'onebuttonclickclubqw1.jpg' is dead.
How-To add a Cigarette Lighter to your PC.
I think Grim would this. Simply amazing and fun.
Here is a link that is worth while to genius:
One Button Click Club