Friday, December 09, 2005

Ole Tannenbaum, Ole Tannenbaum

Ole USB Christmas Tree
$11.99
USB-powered mini Xmas tree with LED light
LED cycles through 6 colors
Great for desk, server room, top of monitor
Power Supply: 5V/1A, Standard USB
Works with USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0 ports
Compatible with PC, MAC, SUN, and Playstation2 Connector
USB Type-A Male Plug Dimensions: 3.2" dia x 4.5" tall
USB power cord length: 40"

9 comments:

moni said...

Very creative. I have little Santas on top of my computer.BTW, my friends in Gladstone, Mo. - near KC, received 9 inches of snow by Thursday evening. Do you still have snow?

Jim said...

they also have a USB snowman!!!!

we had 3-4 inches, really dry so it was easy to sweep away -- Illinois dumps tons of salt so the streets and highways were ok --

I tried to put snow on my site like yhou have but it didn't work, I'll try again over the weekend

Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis said...

What I love about these USB geegaws is that they say "compatible with OS X, Win, Sun, &c." when all they use is the power from the USB cable.

Of course they're compatible! They don't use any computing resources.

You might as well say "compatible with Coleco ADAM, Commodore VIC-20, and Times-Sinclair 1000/1500" (ignoring, of course, they don't have USB ports).

Jim said...

but, the blue pretty

Nonsensical_Flounderings said...

Very pretty, matches your eyes.

Mik

Samuel John Klein Portlandiensis said...

Yes, Jim. Blue pretty. blue very pretty. B-)

Jim said...

if you click on the photo, it will take you to the site that sells the USB trees, the picture on that site is animated (with different color).

The Phoenix said...

I've seen the snowman, but the tree is actually very nice. Can I store some pics on it? Now that would be so cool.

Jim said...

I was actually looking for a fiber-optic USB tree, with the colors changing depending upon what was on the screen