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R2-Q5 & R2-D2 USB Hubs Don’T Exactly Save Space

by Lambert Varias
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I mean look at the damned things. They’re almost as large as those Coleman containers that was all the rage when I was in high school. The droids shake their heads and emit bleeps and bloops, but damn they’re huge.

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And this, I believe, is the palette swap = $$$ formula at work:

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The droids are also quite detailed, so I’m thinking these are collectibles with some functionality. Here’s a closer look at the R2D2 hub:

The R2Q5 and the R2D2 USB hubs are available at GeekStuff4U for about $74 (USD). Giant Artoo not included.

[via 7Gadgets]

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