It's a well known fact that USB hubs come in all shapes and sizes, so it was only a matter of time before some company licensed a few Star Wars models. And here they are: R2-D2 and Darth Vader. R2 moves his head from side to side and lights up and makes boopity beep boop noises and Vader's eyes glow red and he breathes heavy while he, too, turns his head. They'll be available next month for about $66 and I'm definitely buying an R2. Or, I dunno, demanding one in exchange for not writing a scathing review.
We've all been there: you're setting up a up a new computer, you get a little distracted and next thing you know, BAM! -- you're experimenting sexually with a mess of tangled cables. Unfortunately, I didn't have the sense to shape them into something first. And it was still a... / Continue →
The Heinz Beanzawave is being billed as the world's smallest microwave and measures a scant 7.4 inches tall by 6.2 inches wide and 5.9 inches deep. It's equally suited for heating a can of beans/soup at your desk or frying your nuts so you can't have children.
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Want to make your own USB Hub Monster? It doesn't look very hard. You just take a regular hub, add a bunch of USB cables with armature wire taped to them, and then tear up the college graduation gown you keep in the closet but break out every year during graduation and wear t... / Continue →