The USB Blender Alarm Clock from Brando is in the running for the worst USB gadget. It's an alarm clock with "funky and retro design" that can be powered via USB or batteries. When the alarm goes off the unit spins its styrofoam balls and plays one of four 1970's game-show themes. Makes perfect sense right? I was all for one until I read the warning "Do not open the cover. Do not eat the balls." So the bastards at Brando were too cheap to use non-toxic balls. Figures. I was wondering how they could sell this marvel of technology for a paltry $25 and still turn a profit.
Worst USB Gadget Yet: Blender Alarm Clock [therawfeed]
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