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Plug and cable for information appliances

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6328596.

An improved plug and cable combination for connecting information appliances to an information socket and to a power socket, comprising a power conductor for transferring power from the power socket to the information appliance. The power conductor having a power plug at a first end, the power plug adapted to connect to the power socket. An information conductor for transferring information from the information socket to the information appliance. The information conductor having an information plug at a first end, the information plug adapted to connect to the information socket. A second end of the power conductor and a second end of the information conductor terminate at the information appliance. The information plug and the power plug having a plug joining means disposed thereon, wherein the plug joining means being capable to integrate the information plug and the power plug into an integrated plug.

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