David Weeks Studio Creates 'Lonely City' to Organize Gadgets

By: Romina S. Cortellucci - Published: • References: davidweeksstudio & mocoloco
David Weeks Studio has introduced the Lonely City USB Hub to keep gadget geeks street savvy. Created by the Brooklyn-based design studio in collaboration with Kikkerland, the USB hub channels the shape of a monochromatic city skyline to power and organize the user's favorite gadgets. The USB hub is both Windows and Mac compatible and comes with four 2.0 high-speed ports to keep up with any city slicker.

According to the company's website, the hub is meant to remind us through "its tiny power indicators in their high rise buildings that we're never really alone." The David Weeks Studio's Lonely City USB Hub is available to purchase from the Tweek Studio, helping give users a charge from the buzz of the city. Stats for Cityscape USB Hubs Trending: Older & Chilly
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