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This is the desk lamp of your (robotic) dreams

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It's back-to-school season. For some of you, this means needing a fancy new lamp for your home or dorm room desk. Unfortunately whatever Walmart, Amazon or IKEA may have in stock won't come anywhere close, both in terms of looks or functionality, to Anodos' RAL 9000 desk lamp. The Japan-based firm, which was behind one of the first connected set-top displays, decided to create a crazy, sleek lamp with an LED display, six cameras, a motorized arm and sensors that help it determine its positioning. There are no pricing or availability details right now, but we sure hope it goes on sale at some point. Because who wouldn't want one of these on their desk? Doesn't matter if you want it for school, work or simply for fun.

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