Trash cans with LCD monitors in London

On February 8, 2012 by admin

On the eve of the Olympics this year, the British capital London, will amaze its citizens and the guests of the city by installing trash cans with built-in LCD monitors.

Thanks to this, the trash cans can be used not only for garbage disposal, but to to view, for example, travel information, or to read the latest news. In addition, a free internet access will be offered.

Such a high-tech trash can will cost “only” 30 000 pounds.

Lets recall that earlier in “Trafalgar Square”, a new attraction was installed – an artificial sun, hanging 20 meters above the ground.

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