Floating Cloud Lamp
Do you fancy having your very own cloud in your living room, or say the bedroom? With the new Floating Cloud from Brooklyn-based designer Richard Clarkson, you may well give in to your fancy. It is a magnetically levitating ambient lamp that flickers through different coloured LED modes in response to the sound in a room. The new Floating Cloud lamp can levitate 2.75 inches (70 mm) off its base and contains an embedded microphone that senses the sound in its environment, allowing for it to visually respond to music or voices in four different lighting styles. The cloud itself is made of a hypoallergenic polyester fibre and holds a hidden embedded lithium ion 6600 mAh battery.
Portable USB-C charging solution
Mophie, which has earned repute for its mobile accessories, has designed USB-C XXL power station to meet the power requirements of your Smartphone. With a single USB-C and a USB-A output charge port, this power station features a whopping 19,500mAh battery. This translates to more than a single full charge to a MacBook, and will arrive in soft-touch fabric so that users will be able to have a premium look and feel. The USB-C port will feature USB-PD technology, enabling it to charge USB-C laptops at rapid charging rates. Other features include an additional USB-A output port 5V/2.4A, a role switch that is controlled by a status button (USB-C input/USB output), the USB-C port with a default function being set to output charge, LEDs that display the direction of charge, which will confirm the switch position and a Cypress CCG2 chipset.
The All Controller
Here is an All Controller that just might replace every last controller you own. The All Controller is a gamepad that works with everything – it will work with PCs running Windows or Linux, Macs, Smartphone, tablets, and TVs running Android 4.4 or later, iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs running iOS 6 or later, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii, Wii U, and eventually, the Switch. A micro-USB port is used for charging the All Controller, and also for connecting the gamepad to a console or PC with a cable. All Controller’s LCD screen allows gamers to choose what device you want to use it with, connecting and re-connecting to various platforms, as often as you like. The All Controller’s LCD screen is used for connecting to devices and for completely customising how the gamepad works and reacts.