Tag Archives: LEDs

  • MK Neon Sneaker LED Lights

    MK Neon Sneaker LED Lights

    There’s nothing a woman appreciates more than going to a guy’s apartment and finding out they’re unhealthily obsessed with sneakers. The best way to get the female blood pumping in this regard is shelves upon shelves of never-worn kicks, but barring that you can also dazzle ’em with the new MK Neon Sneaker LED Lights. […]

  • Lexus LIT IS Has More Than 40,000 Programmable LEDs (Video)

    Lexus LIT IS Has More Than 40,000 Programmable LEDs (Video)

    “Everything we do sends a signal about who we are.” So begins the promotional video introducing the Lexus LIT IS, a special version of the Lexus IS with 41,999 programmable LEDs that sends a signal saying “every moment I spend not at the absolute center of attention is unbearable torture.” Actually, I have to admit […]

  • Pumpal Lamp Has Top-Like Design That Won’t Tip Over

    Pumpal Lamp Has Top-Like Design That Won’t Tip Over

    How many lamps have you knocked over in your life? 50? A hundred? More? If so, don’t be ashamed. Lamps are notoriously easy to knock over, and in fact I’ve owned one or two in my life that couldn’t withstand a slight breeze, but designer Ewan Cashman has whipped up a design for a lamp […]

  • Dyson CSYS Task Light Can Last 37 Years

    Dyson CSYS Task Light Can Last 37 Years

    This is probably just me, but I get kind of freaked out when I think about new light bulbs that can last a really long time, just because it’s weird to imagine buying a light bulb now and not having to change it until you’re 15 years older. But the people at Dyson have already […]

  • Sengled Boost: LED Light Bulbs Also Boost WiFi

    Sengled Boost: LED Light Bulbs Also Boost WiFi

    The march of technology has been especially unforgiving to old-fashion light bulbs lately, but now there’s a light bulb that does more than just illuminate a room. It’s the Sengled Boost, an LED light bulb that also boosts your WiFi signal. The Sengled Boost is designed to deal with the problem of WiFi “black zones,” […]