Ever Wanted a StarCraft Pylon to Warp in More Energy for Your Phone?
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to have a blue-crystal powered by a great psionic energy matrix in your room? Well, all that dreaming is about to come true as has ThinkGeek.com constructed this mini-Pylon USB charger for your mobile devices!
Designed with the new model of Blizzard’s StarCraft II’s Pylon, this multi-port USB charging station can power up your devices. It even lights up in the dark.
For those who don’t know StarCraft II: it is a real-time strategy game and sequel of the 1998 original StarCraft, developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The story follows the war between three races: Terran, Zerg and Protoss.
Last Tuesday, Blizzard’s final chapter of StarCraft II was released, the Legacy of the Void. With the game just came out, the Starcraft Protoss Pylon USB Charger would really be a nice piece beside the monitor of those who are loyal to the Khala.
ThinkGeek’s StarCraft Protoss Pylon USB Charger can provide power to a maximum of two USB-chargeable devices — and that’s any types of USB chords if you’re wondering. The Pylon USB Charger comes with a micro-USB cable and also AC Adapter if it needs to recharge its psionic energy to power your devices.
Since the Pylon USB Charger can only charge two devices, then maybe the Executor or Artanis might say: You must construct additional Pylons… to charge more devices!
Below is the full feature list of the ThinkGeek StarCraft Protoss Pylon USB Charger:
- Branded as an official product of StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void.
- 2 USB Ports.
- Can light up with a switch to turn it on and off.
- Compatible to any USB charging devices.
- 5” diameter x 7” tall.
- Made by ThinkGeek.
The Starcraft Protoss Pylon USB Charger is available for only $39.99 (P1,799.55). Unfortunately, ThinkGeek does not ship directly to the Philippines. But if you have someone from the U.S who can buy for you then get those minerals transferred to them and let them warp the StarCraft Protoss Pylon USB Charger to your house!
But what we’re really looking for? A future feature that warps in lost devices and food stuff right next to your little nexus of psionic power.
That’s the dream, right there.
Photo from ThinkGeek
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