Get yourself a bit geekier on this Christmas and give a â€˜technifiedâ€™ look to the customary chores that you do every day. You switch to charging your smartphone via USB cable to save energy that is consumed in charging a cell phone using an adapter separately. Hence, your geeky nature can make you quite eco-friendly and smarter too. Then why donâ€™t you use a USB Christmas tree and prevent chopping of millions of fir trees? There are several types of USB Christmas trees available to celebrate Christmas of 2011. Let us explore the trend of and choices in USB Christmas trees in the following â€“
There are various types of USB Christmas trees that can substitute a traditional fire tree. You may choose a USB Crystal 7 Color CHRISTMAS TREE that requires your keyboard typed instructions to change the light. This USB-powered Christmas gadget is available with free shipping benefits.
You can also liven up your desktop table or dinner table with this USB Christmas tree that glows in six colors or with a slightly bigger one (better too) that comes with 25 LED bulbs. In addition to the above-mentioned artificial Christmas trees, you can also check out another kind of USB Christmas trees that sparkle with fiber optics. This fiber optic Christmas tree is powered by connecting USB cable to your desktop to glow with its fuzzy fiber optics. You can get a wide range of USB Christmas trees from Target and prevailing options are Philips USB Christmas tree in pink, Philips USB Christmas tree in silver, Philips USB Christmas tree in green, Philips USB Christmas tree in white, and also in red, Philips USB tinsel tree green and Philips USB tinsel tree in silver.
If the tangle and limited range of USB Christmas tree upset annoy you, then opt for this wireless artificial Christmas tree dubbed as LED Motherboard Christmas Tree. This artificial Christmas tree is made of discarded motherboards of PC and is powered by a 9V battery to dazzle with its red lights. Also, zero cable hassle of this tree renders with flexibility to use it as a centerpiece on dinner table, on your desktop, windowsill or on the fireplace mantle. The biggest spectacle of artificial Christmas trees is found in the form of a 33-feet tall LEGO Christmas tree that stands aloft at St. Pancras Station, London with around 400,000 individual bricks, 172 LEGO branches and 1,200 LEGO baubles.