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Brando Pac-Man Ghost Lamps: But Where are Pinky, Inky and Clyde?

by Range
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While I doubt that Brando asked to license these from Namco, they’re certainly fun lamps for your work area. These USB Light-Sensitive Ghost Lamp’s light up like a Christmas tree whenever it senses that you need more light, all the while looking vaguely like the ghosts from Pac-Man.

usb brando ghost light lamp pac-man

Each ghost measures just about 4-inches tall, and there’s a light sensor is mounted on the rear of each one, so when there isn’t enough light, they’ll switch on automatically and switch off. You need to plug them in a USB port. They won’t chase you like in Pac-Man, but they’ll definitely decorate your workstation.

The lamps are available from Brando for just $10 (USD) each in red, blue, white or yellow – which aren’t exactly theoriginal Pac-Man ghost colors.

usb brando ghost light lamp pac-man

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