Don't get me wrong, Apple Computers design every last component so that it's aesthetically appealing -- even the wires and connectors that work with its products. The Coffee Adapter Decal does, however, introduce a bit of absent intrigue to such items, in much the same way as laptop Gelaskins do.
Selene San of China operates her Creativedecalskin store on Etsy, selling delightful little decorations for your electronics. This particular one is intended to dress up your Apple 5W USB power adapter that you might use to charge up your iPhone or your iPad. What you get with this set is a pair of stickers that turns your socket hookup into a cup of coffee. Apply one of the Coffee Adapter Decals to the top to look like the bubbling-hot beverage; meanwhile, a Starbucks logo sticks to the side.
The Coffee Adapter Decal Gives a Caffeine Hit to Your Power Cord
1. Decorative Tech - The trend of personalized tech accessories, such as decals and skins, presents an opportunity for companies to innovate and offer unique designs and customization options.
2. Aesthetic Functionality - The trend of incorporating design and aesthetics into functional tech accessories opens up opportunities for companies to create products that are both aesthetically pleasing and highly functional.
3. Tea and Coffee Culture - The trend of integrating tea and coffee culture into daily life through fashion and accessories presents opportunities for companies to create products that cater to this growing market.
1. Tech Accessories - The tech accessories industry can incorporate the trend of personalized, aesthetically pleasing design in its products to offer unique customization options for consumers.
2. Fashion Accessories - The fashion accessories industry can capitalize on the trend of incorporating tea and coffee culture into daily life by creating products that cater to this market, such as themed bags or jewelry.
3. Beverage Retail - The beverage retail industry can collaborate with tech accessory companies to create products that combine technology and beverage culture, such as coffee cup-shaped phone chargers.