Hi-Fi Hi-Light is the name of this retro style desk lamp with a built-in 6-inch speaker. It features a docking station for iPods and a 3.5mm audio input for other MP3 players.
Fans of the Star Wars saga can now light up their workspace using the weapon of a Jedi. The 13 inches tall desktop lamp, designed like a lightsaber, is charged via USB.
This gooseneck lamp is powered via the USB port of your computer and it will light up your workspace with its ten bright white and long-lasting light-emitting diodes.
The “send your stress to the moon with the USB Glitter Rocket” description might not fit all, but if you’re looking for an alternative to the USB Mini Lava Lamp, this might be just the ticket.
This lamp allows you to connect any portable music device to the built-in docking station, and “kick out crystal clear audio through two internal speakers”.
Nymph, as in “the immature form of some insects”, is the name of this odd and cool looking lamp by Site Specific Design – an interior and furniture design company based in Brooklyn, New York.
Remember the beautiful LivingColors LED Lamp from last year? Philips is now about to release a mini version, featuring 256 different color modes. Although smaller in size the Mini LivingColors still emits an amazing amount of light like its predecessor. The unit itself now looks […]
This 1-LED light is safely attached to a black aluminum snap hook and features three light modes: Bright Light, Dim Light and Flashing Light.
The Japanese video game developer Taito is giving you a chance to light up your room in a way that would even make Fox Mulder jealous, using a flying UFO inspired radio-controlled lamp.
This combo gadget features a 4-port USB 2.0 compliant hub that delivers up to 480 Mbps data transmission and an integrated notebook light that can be rotated 180 degrees. It can be turned off when the retractable light is placed back into the recessed position. […]
Looking pretty much like this levitating globe from Deal Extreme, but with one bonus feature; this scale model of Earth also comes with a 4-LED lamp.
This 13-LED desktop lamp provides a convenient was for you gain access to four new USB ports without taking up any extra desk space (if you also need a lamp that is).
This heart-shaped multifunction pen holder is equipped with a 5-LED lamp and a speaker, both powered via your computer’s USB port.
This USB powered desktop lamp features a foldable stand and no less than 28 bright LED lights. You’ll have three modes to choose from: 4, 16 or 28 LEDs.
Craftster member fluffypants from Ontario, Canada has put together this fun and cool looking lamp using a Nintendo zapper and a Duck Hunt cartridge.
This lamp will provide a good light at your desk, using only the power from the computer’s USB port or three AAA batteries to make the 15 bright LEDs shine.
If the LED Flashlight / Headlamp Combo isn’t enough to light up your life, maybe this SterOps SHF-2X Nighthawk 1W high power LED model will.
Last week we saw the fun LEGO-Style Correction Tape, and now these playful plastic bricks also serves as a colorful Do-It-Yourself mood light kit.
Alexander Lervik, a furniture, interior and product designer from Sweden, has created the MYBrain – a desk lamp that is actually a replica of his own brain.
Here’s a nice way to light up your desk at home of at the office, using only the power from the USB port of the computer to make the three LEDs shine.