Some of the coolest, most high-tech toys are governed by the simplest of controls. Take the USB Plasma Ball, for instance. It puts lightning in the hands of mere mortals by harnessing the power of an alternating electrical current reacting to noble gases within a clear, enclosed globe for easy viewing. It’s got a switch that lets you turn it on or turn it off. That’s it, and maybe that’s a good thing. After all, if you could do more with such power, how long would it be before you tried to use it for evil?
This certainly wouldn’t be in the spirit of the USB Plasma Ball’s grandfather, inventor Nikola Tesla. While Tesla claimed to have created plans for a death ray that may or (most likely) may not have caused the Tunguska Event in 1908, he never sold it to any world governments (to use against other world governments). From most accounts, it seems that his work was intended for the benefit and betterment of humankind.
We like to think that he’d find putting a smile on your face to be a perfectly valid use of the USB Plasma Ball.
The USB Plasma Ball is a Toy with a Major Difference
Many of the toys we buy for ourselves or for others lose their attraction after being played with for a short while. But the USB Plasma Ball is a different breed that will provide you with pleasure for years to come. Based on the wizard of electricity, Nikola Tesla, and his world famous development of alternating current, this marvel of a toy will astound your family and friends.
Here are just some of the features of the USB Plasma Ball:
- It’s six inches tall.
- It’s approximately three inches wide.
- It uses a USB port for power.
When you touch the USB Plasma Ball, you create an arc of electricity that will amaze your family and friends. The modest voltage is controlled by the USB port, so you won’t need to worry about frying your hand when the electrical juices flow. It’s a miracle of science!