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Anidees Prismatic Gaming Keyboard

Anidees Prismatic Gaming Keyboard
$60  Buy Comment

This RGB backlit compact keyboard features ultra low-profile, clicky mechanical keys. With just 67 keys, it’s about as minimal as you can get, and supports operation in both USB wired and Bluetooth wireless modes. Supports N-key rollover, and anti-ghosting for gaming.

Spinning LED Light Ball

Spinning LED Light Ball

We had to go back in time to 2010 to find the original video of this crazy device, but the payoff was worth it. Forssa1’s crazy spinning contraption is loaded up with RGB LEDs and looks like some sort of inter-dimensional travel portal when activated. More here.

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E-Element Z-88 Keyboard

E-Element Z-88 Keyboard
$45  Buy Comment

This compact keyboard RGB backlighting and high-tech styling. It packs 81 anti-ghosting Outemu tactile mechanical keys, which are compatible with Cherry MX keycaps. Available in black or white. Review video here.

Cordless RGB LED Lamp

Cordless RGB LED Lamp
$15  Buy Comment

Add a warm glow or a splash of color to any room with this USB rechargeable LED lamp. It can run up to 11 hours in nightlight mode, or 2 to 3 hours at full brightness for reading. Select from hundreds of colors, and never change a bulb with its 35,000 hour estimated life.


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