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The last time we bought a book light was for one of those crappy spend-five-bucks-White-Elephant parties and with an hour before party time we just grabbed whatever was left in clearance bin at Border's. Which is why we were filled with much stokedness to stumble across a book light that actually gives a little something back in the style and innovation department. LightWedge uses a sheet of acrylic with embedded LED's that users just place over the page to illuminate it. Since it lights up the entire page, there's no more awkward positioning of those clip-on book lights, we just hope the full page of shining LEDs doesn't give us some sort of cornea burnout.

[Via Funfurde

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