Leegoal Energy Saving USB LED Laptop Notebook Light
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- LED Laptop Light
- USB LED Light
- Energy Saving Light
- Notebook Light
- USB Energy Saving LED Light
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highly energy efficient, using only 1 Watt of power on 0.03 amp (as shown by Kill-A-Watt electricity usage monitor)
powered by USB from your computer
Does not include AC USB power adapter in picture
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First of all, it's bright. Too bright for me, in fact. Secondly, the LED's are housed in a two piece plastic enclosure. One half is clear, the other transparent blue which still lets a large amount of light through. Lastly, if you use it for it's intended purpose, for a Notebook, then the flexible cable will hold the light perfectly. If you want to use it with your desktop via the front side ports or with an extension, the light will droop.
So out of the box, it performs exactly as described, with the exception of it's being a bit brighter than stated.
The first thing I did was to take a couple of strips of First Aid Waterproof Tape w/Dispenser, 3/4" x 84", Flexible (MMM779) and cover the clear part in order to diffuse the light a bit. Just keep adding until you get the light you desire. Next, to block the light from the top, I ran a strip of 3M 49656 "Scotch" Vinyl Black Plastic Electrical Tape down the middle, then ran another strip around the sides. You can vary the spread of the light by how far down the side you put the tape. By the time I was done, I had about a 4mm strip open for the light to come through. This cut down on the screen glare tremendously.
Lastly, I simply stuck one of those ...Read more ›
I already had the new keyboard - GTMax Super Slim USB 2.0 Mini Keyboard (78 Keys) - White/Silver and the Red/Blue Optical mouse - Black 3-Button 3D USB 800 Dpi Optical Scroll Mice Mouse w/Blue & Red LEDs For Notebook Laptop Desktop, along w/ some zip-ties, a USB extension cord, and a 4-port USB hub.
The reviews said that the HDE light kit was superior, so I made sure to order that one. I was not disappointed. I mounted the light kit onto the TV/monitor stand using the zip-ties and the USB extension cord. When I want to use the bright lights, I plug the extension cord into the USB hub where the Keyboard and mouse are plugged in also.
Now I see where Amazon has a USB hub w/ On/Off switches on it - Connectland CL-U2MNHUB-4B 4 Ports USB V2.0 Mini Hub (Black), so I'll prob try that later.
If this were more expensive, it would get less stars. But what a great buy! I have a huge 30" dell monitor and wanted to gently light the desktop around it. I plugged three of these into an old USB hub, plugged the hub into the USB port on the monitor, set the hub on top, extended two of them sideways and one up over the center. Done! I don't need a switch since the monitor switches power to the side ports (they're on when it's on). They're fairly cheaply made, and won't hold some shapes (too much torque will make them sag) but what do you want for five bucks? I agree with the reviewer who put some black electrical tape over the back and sides. That's a great idea to block the annoying light leakage which they probably thought made it look cool. By the way, each one draws 100mA (0.5W), which is not mentioned in the specs. That means you can plug 5 of them into a fully powered USB port through a cheap hub/splitter without using an additional transformer. I don't find them too bright but they sure are a blueish white. Don't do photo editing and color adjustment with these as your backlights. The gooseneck part is under a foot long while the rigid light part is almost 9 inches, which limits how much positioning you can do. Shaping them into a "C" out of a horizontal USB port into a horizontal light, you'll only be about 8" above the port. Going sideways from a hub the tip will be 21" from the hub and the first LED will be 14" from the hub. Hope this helps! (PS: I love the instructions: "No water, no throwing, no hitting, no touching with wet hand." Cute. Made in China.)
Feb 2011 update: Ordered some more, GOT A DIFFERENT ITEM!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was good light source until i went to go adjust it and it fell apart. Spend the money and buy a better quality lightPublished 1 month ago by timothy valero
It does work for a little while.
Had one like it before that worked for months.
The flexible part was very loose and fell out of place quickly. But it did work most as intended.Published 4 months ago by Grace A. Goins
I got this for my old car since some of the interior panel lights went out. It provides a good amount of light. Read morePublished 4 months ago by dbc