So you’re not really a Jedi. That doesn’t mean you can’t decorate your desk in a way that brings back nostalgic memories of your favorite science fiction series — especially when it’s Star Wars Week. Your mouse, keyboard, USB hub, and even the flash drive you keep with you throughout the day can carry with it the power of The Force — or at least that’s what you can believe.
In this post, we’ll take a look at some pretty interesting Star Wars themed computer accessories. Not all of them do particularly amazing things, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t cool in their own special way.
Star Wars USB Lightsaber Glow Lamp
Need a little light by your computer? What could be better than the warm glow of a lightsaber? This lamp is USB powered and capable of providing endless hours of light. It only lights up when your computer is on, so it works as a quick reverence light to indicate if it’s powered up. A variable illumination level makes it perfect for folks that want either a dim or brighter glow.
Star Wars: The Old Republic Gaming Headset by Razer
Whether you play Star Wars: The Old Republic or not, any Star Wars fan would appreciate this themed headset by Razer. Razer is one of the leading makers of gaming hardware in the world today, and this particular headset is no slouch in the performance department. With 7.1 surround sound, adjustable lighting, and interchangeable faction emblems, it gives users the best of both worlds in function and form.
Star Wars Yoda USB Desk Protector
Protecting your desk is a full-time job, and you shouldn’t trust this critical task to just any Jedi. Having none other than Yoda stand guard is a sure way to safeguard your candy dish from any would-be Sith intruders who might swipe a quick treat while you’re away. This Yoda figure lights up and speaks one of a half-dozen Yoda phrases when someone comes within two to three meters of your desk. Oh, and all this happens at the cost of a single USB port.
Darth Vader 4-Port USB Hub
Darth Vader does a lot more than just hunt down rebels and choke uncooperative officers under his command. He also has a part time job keeping information flowing between your computer and the various peripheral devices you have connected.
The Force does indeed flow through Darth Vader, but don’t expect USB 3.0 speeds out of this particular hub. You’ll have to deal with USB 2.0.
Star Wars USB Flash Drives
They’re even small enough to keep on a keychain. Then the flash will be with you, always.