USB Fairy Lights Add A Touch Of Twilight

by AndrewD

You have to be pretty festive, pretty nerdy, pretty girly, or all of the above to want to add stary USB lights to the design of your office space. Luckily for you festively girly fabulous nerd readers, we have just the ticket with these USB Fairy Lights, which add a touch of Christmas light ascetic to your boring old notebook.

If there was ever a word which isn’t associated with brute manliness, it’s got to be the word fairy. Forget it’s mildly homoerotic overtones. The word itself just sounds, well, girly. For the sake of argument, let’s just say this gadget is a little confused about it’s title. The USB Fairy Lights are not so much fairies, as they are cute little illuminated stars.

And while we’ve sifted through specs trying to find a use beyond their cutie-patootie appearance, we’re not really finding anything to hold in our defense. They aren’t going to be bright enough to light up your room. And despite their fantastical name, fairies aren’t going to pop out of the walls and finish your work for you. They are just a set of pretty lights to strap right into your USB port.

You can buy all 36″ of these Office Fairy Lights for your computer for $12.95, but you might want to keep that information to yourself. When no one else is around, and all of your friends have retreated to their own nerd dens, that is probably the right time to whip out these lights and admire the starry goodness.

Product Page via Nerd Approved

7 reviews or comments

Missy Says: June 27, 2008 at 10:29 pm

LOL “You can buy all 36′”

Could you imagine if it was really 36′ instead of 36″???

AndrewD Says: June 27, 2008 at 11:15 pm

@Missy: Epic symbol fail on my part! Haha!

Missy Says: June 28, 2008 at 2:30 am

@andrew: It’s all good, it made me giggle on a bad day :)

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