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ThinkGeek Portal 2 Turret Vibrates, Talks and Doesn’t Hate You

by Shane McGlaun
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If you’re a fan of the video game Portal 2, ThinkGeek has a new USB powered toy just in time for the holiday shopping season that you will love. The USB gadget is called the Portal 2 Sentry Turret USB Desk Defender. This little turret doesn’t actually shoot bullets, but it does activate when it senses motion.

When the turret senses motion, the side pods open revealing tiny faux guns. It also says memorable quotes from the video game, including “target acquired,” “there you are,” “I see you,” ‘preparing to dispense product,” and “activated.” If you can’t imagine for yourself what that looks and sounds like, here’s a demo video:

The toy also says other quips from the game if you move it or knock it over along with vibrating. If you knock the device over it will say things like “critical error,” “shutting down,” “I don’t hate you,” “hey hey hey,” and “malfunctioning.” If it doesn’t sense motion for 30 seconds it will say “are you still there?” This is an officially licensed Portal 2 collectible and is available now for $39.99(USD) over at ThinkGeek.

[via EverythingUSB]



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