Be the complete envy of everyone in your office, home, dorm, city and universe with this Homer Simpson USB LED desk lamp! How cool is this? Very cool is the answer. The images are self-explanatory but Internet Union Local 121 says we have to type out a description, so here it goes...
The Homer Simpson USB desk lamp measures about 4 1/2 inches from the bottom of the base to the top of Homer's noggin'. The base is about 4 inches wide and 4 inches deep. With the lamp bent in the manner it's intended to be used, it's about 6-7 inches tall. The lamp is made with that bendy type of stuff so you can put it in almost any position you want. Four (4) LED lights toss off enough light to make this a nice little desk lamp. You won't be doing any terrorist interrogations with Homer's lamp, but it will give you enough light to pound out that report for "the man" on your laptop, or to finish the case study for Econ 101 that was due last week. The best thing about this? No batteries needed! Just plug the Homer Simpson desk lamp into your USB port of your laptop or desktop computer and away you go!
Of course, we wouldn't be doing anyone a favor if we didn't mention a couple more things about the Homer Simpson USB desk lamp. You can retract the lamp by grabbing the top section of the base around Homer's chair and twist in a counter-clockwise direction until it is fully retracted. You can lengthen the lamp by holding the base firmly and pulling the stemp of the lamp upwards (don't do this by holding the lampshade). Don't try to extend or retract the lamp past the indicators marked on the underside of the lamp.
Click on the image to see Homer in action!
Finally, we have a couple of disclaimers:
This is not meant to by a toy. It's a functional item and not a kid's play thing. It's also not meant for use by kid's under 3 years old. But let me tell you something... if your kid is doing computer stuff at 3 years of age, you have more important things to think of instead of the Homer Simpson desk lamp. Like preparing his or her application for MIT.