DeLighTable: Quite Possibly The Coolest Coffee Table Ever

Posted: Aug 21 2006, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:45pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

DeLighTable: Quite Possibly the Coolest Coffee Table Ever
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When you have a coffee table that costs more than most plasma TVs, that table better make quite a statement, and the DeLighTable surely fits that category. Kind of like the Illume shelf concept, though much more sophisticated, the DeLighTable is made of touch-sensitive glass that lights up whenever pressure is applied to it.

There's a neon green light that illuminates in real-time to whenever you place a glass, your hand, or whatever, on the table. It's actually powered by an electrical outlet, making it the first coffee table I've ever seen that could rake up your electricity bill. It is quite the conversation piece.It is available for 1,200 pounds ($2,250) from the specialty online store Kloss. They are shipped out on a made-to-order basis, as you might imagine. It wouldn't make sense to stockpile inventory of something as specialized as this.

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