Finally, a device hub you won’t want to keep out of sight when guests visit. We all need chargers, and wireless speakers are a convenience that are the primary audio sources in many homes. But rarely do you see the two combined into a single hub. And almost never do you find one that looks as good as the Tree of Light.
Clearly, this gadget is proud of its looks, but it’s not so gaudy it won’t fit in any room with almost any decor. As a desk lamp, it puts out light through a cherrywood “canopy” atop of a slim silver tree trunk.
You can adjust the brightness on the base so it illuminates your workspace, or dim it for a soothing night light.
You may already be impressed, but this one pulls triple duty. It also functions as a wireless charger for any Qi-enabled device. The base features an integrated wireless charging pad, to (you guessed it) wirelessly energize Qi-enabled phones.
No more cable clutter and you won’t have to fuss with trying to plug your phone in at night. Just lay it on the pad and you’re good to go.
The Tree of Light also excels as a Bluetooth speaker that can play all your favorite tunes through neodymium speakers. Simply pair your device through Bluetooth and you can play your favorite songs wirelessly, all while using the controls on the base to adjust the volume and to switch songs.
In short, the Tree of Light is a rare piece of art that literally lights up any room and is guaranteed to be used every single day.
The Tree of Light’s price might seem steep, but factor in that it’s basically three gadgets in one and it becomes clear how much of a steal it is. Plus, Komando readers can get the Tree of Light right now for a discount of 13% off the retail price.
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