Night owls can work without bothering the rest of the family with this USB 2.0 Hub with flashlight. Push the button on the bottom and out pop 3 ports and 2 built-in bright white LEDs. At a size of 158 x 35 x 22mm, the hub is adjustable to multiple angles and can double as a flashlight or reading light when traveling with an on/off switch. The device is available for a mere $14.00.
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Combine an amplifier, lamp and speakers and you get the Amplamp. You can adjust the volume, bass and spatial awareness on controls that are located around the two light bulbs. Plug in an iPod, MP3 player, CD player or any audio other devices with the 3.5mm and phono audio sockets. The lamp itself is independently controlled and prices start at £1200 (~$1264.00,) depending on the base and shade you select.
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If you need extra lighting on your desk or when traveling, this retro Lounge Lamp is perfect. Plug into your USB port and the 2 mini-bulbs will shine on your workspace. At a size of 25.5 x 10 x 10cm, the stand is made from black plastic with a velveteen black finish lampshade. Included in the package is a strip of fake wallpaper and a USB cable. Get the lamp for only £5.99 ($8.31.)
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Finally, an MP3 speaker system that can do more than one function at a very inexpensive price. The TuneLight is compatible with any iPod or MP3 player and connects via headphone jack. Available in silver or black, the lamp comes with an energy-efficient 20W halogen bulb. The 2 organizer trays and 2 pencil/pen/scissors holders will help to keep your desktop neat and tidy, not to mention safer. The Tunelight is only $19.99.
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A while back we found a shower head that measures temperature and changes colors, but for bath fanatics, there is an LED Bath Light that does so much more. It not only displays temperature by colors and numbers, it can be put in Color Mode for when you are feeling frisky and Candle Mode when you want calm. Flashlight Mode is simply bright and solid. It also has its own charging base. Designed by Kai Chen, it is an upgrade on his original prototype lamp.
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Hey, sports fans. Next time you and your buds sit down for Monday Night Football, grab the Cheetos and brew, turn on the HDTV, then blast them with your mini-flood lamp. At a size of 510 x 170 x 185mm and a weight of 1.9 Kg, it has a chrome-styled finish and a swivel head and needs 6 bulbs that are actually included. Such a deal. Pre-order for £69.99 (~$111.00,) expect a late November delivery and let the kickoff begin.
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Fans of Mr. P will be pleased to know that there is a Doglamp to accompany him. Made of metal and plastic, the pup’s head can be adjusted vertically for reading or general lighting. The lamp can be dimmed in low, medium, or bright by giving him a pat on the head. At a size of 30 x 43.3 x 43.8cm and a weight of 1.5k, it uses a maximum of a 40W bulb (one clear one included.) The Doglamp also comes with a UK plug and has a price of 99.90€ (~$140.00.)
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What does one do if she/he still has some of their old Nintendo games and a Zapper gun lying around? In the case of “fluffypants,” you turn them into a lamp. Using an inexpensive lampshade, a pack of fun foam, and a cardboard base designed to look like the original Duck Hunt cartridge, she shows you full instructions to create your own. Maybe next week she will turn other Nes games into coasters or bookcases.
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Great Point Light has a new traveling lamp for your laptop. Powered up by USB or batteries, use the Flex Neck 2 LED Light for books, cars, or other dark areas. The flexible neck makes it easy to turn away from those people on that flight to Europe that are trying to steal your trade secrets. We think it might also work when you are pretending to be deep in research in your cubicle, but are actually hitting the late night chat rooms. Get the flexible lamp for a mere $13.89.
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The Korean Company Senslux has released the Light Therapy Desk Lamp SLD series. You can create 7 steps of brightness and 3 moods by adjusting red and blue colors or a combination of the two. The company claims that in addition to natural lighting, the lamps help cure acne, rejuvenate your skin, and cut back on SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder.) The energy-saving LED will at least ease your eye strain at a price of 148,000 KRW (~$152.00.)
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