A power outage can be devastating, but it can also be a good opportunity to get creative and experiment with power tools.

Here are some ideas for getting things going, such as powering up your lights and appliances with your laptop, phone, tablet, or smart TV.

If you need more help, the Consumer Reports Consumer Power Toolkit is a handy resource for anyone who wants to get started.

The best way to get power out of your home, office, or business is to get an AC adapter, but if you’re still worried about getting power from the grid, check out this guide on how to install a battery-powered AC outlet and find out how to control the power from your home or office.

If you’re using your laptop as a power source during a power outage, try using the laptop as your AC adapter.

This way, the laptop can get power from a single source, even if your power outlet goes out.

A laptop battery pack can be very useful when you’re trying to power up a mobile device.

If your laptop battery runs low, it can give you an idea of how much power is available.

A laptop battery can be a great way to test your battery’s capacity, but a power cord or USB cord can also give you a more accurate measurement.

If you’re running low on battery power, you might be able to save yourself some money by getting a USB charger.