By Evan Ackerman
Sorry for that headline, but that’s what Kloss gets for naming something “DeLighTable.” It’s not a bad descriptor, however: it’s a table, it lights up, and it’s pretty nifty. Two years in the making, the touch sensitive surface glows where it senses pressure. A svelte 25 millimeters thick, the surface itself it waterproof, a major plus when a large part of the attraction of the table is being able to place drinks on it and have them light up. I’m happy to report that this coffee table (consisting of the surface mounted on a stainless steel frame) is commercially available… Expect each made to order table to take six weeks to construct and set you back a smidgen over $2,500.