Top Five Lazy Inventions Microsoft or Samsung Could Invent

Top Five Lazy Inventions Microsoft or Samsung Could Invent Clapway

Microsoft and Samsung are always looking for bigger and better. Well, how about lazier? Here are a few inventions that these two companies could invent.

There Are Five Lazy Inventions Microsoft or Samsung Could Invent

NUMBER 1: THE SELF-LACING SHOES

I think everyone remembers Back to the Future, right? Well, if you are amongst the minority that does not, in the second part Marty Mcfly had his self-lacing shoes from 2015. Self-lacing shoes are no doubt the best shoes for lazy people, and Samsung and Microsoft could make a couple of bucks with it.

NUMBER 2: SELFYTHE EASY BED

Staying on the subject of self-working inventions, the next invention these two companies could invent is Selfy the Easy Bed. This bed actually makes itself and prevents the hassle of having to make it yourself. Boy, this world is just getting lazier and lazier isn’t?

NUMBER 3: THE LAZY READING GLASSES

Are you sensing a theme in these inventions? Anyway, this one is right up the alley of Microsoft and Samsung. These glasses allow people to read a magazine, or a book, without even lifting their heads. If these two companies could get their hands on this, they could even install novels and magazines inside the glasses.

NUMBER 4: DUST MOP SLIPPERS

What’s the point of wasting your time and cleaning your floor? Just slip on a pair of dust mop slippers and clean the floor with your feet. Samsung and Microsoft could definitely add technology to these slippers to further their convenience.

NUMBER 5: THE CONTROL, ALT, DELETE BAR

This one is just plain lazy! For those of you who are unaware, the most convenient way for users to bring up the Task Manager on Windows is by pressing Control, Alt, and Delete. Doing this will allow users to access all of the tasks that the computer is currently partaking in. However, apparently where they are located on the computer is too far away for some people. Well, now all three buttons are available on one bar which is the epitome of lazy.

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