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Fat iPhone 4 Knock Off is Actually a Fan

Fat iPhone 4 Knock Off is Actually a Fan
The amount of electronic gear that gets copied over in China never ceases to impress me. One of the things that most commonly get ripped off is the iPhone and other Apple gear. Some of the geeks at MIC Gadget were out shopping for gadgets and ran across this rip off.

Music Branch Headphone Splitters: Tree for Three

Music Branch Headphone Splitters: Tree for Three
Headphone splitters are a great way of sharing sounds in private, but up until now the ones I’ve seen only have two 3.5mm inputs. But what if you’re hanging out with your best friend and your other best friend? 
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Brando Bombshell MP3 Player: Exploding With Weirdness

Brando Bombshell MP3 Player: Exploding With Weirdness
I have so many questions about this MP3 player. Why not just call it a dynamite MP3 player? Why is it dynamite shaped? Why is it silver colored? What’s with the skull and crossbones? Oh wait.

Bargain-Basement Danish Rocket Lifts Off

Bargain-Basement Danish Rocket Lifts Off
When I was a kid, I built a few of the model rocket kits that you could actually fly with little solid rocket motors on the bottom. I thought they were pretty cool, but I would never want to build a life-size one that could actually hold a person in it.

Capture Camera Clip: Holster for Your Shooter

Capture Camera Clip: Holster for Your Shooter
Peter Dering was looking for a secure and convenient way to carry his SLR camera. A neck strap is convenient and lets him take a shot quickly, but it also increases the risk of damaging the camera while it’s dangling and swinging.

IKEA Desk Lamps Turned Upside Down to Make Chandelier

IKEA Desk Lamps Turned Upside Down to Make Chandelier
IKEA Hacker reader Jason is one very creative fellow who recently had one of those so simple it’s brilliant ideas: a chandelier is just a bunch of lamps hanging on the ceiling, so why not put a bunch of desk lamps together to make a chandelier?

Rubik’s Speaker: No Solving, Just Sound

Rubik’s Speaker: No Solving, Just Sound
Here’s a great gift for Rubik’s Cube fans – the officially-licensed Rubik’s Speaker. Fortunately – or unfortunately for hardcore fans – the speaker isn’t puzzling to use. It’s powered via USB and has a 3.5mm jack.

dualCharge & dualCarCharge: Two Ports, One Plug

dualCharge & dualCarCharge: Two Ports, One Plug
It’s great that more and more gadgets are compatible with USB chargers, but if you don’t have enough ports or outlets you’ll still be stuck with a dead device. Fortunately CableJive, the same company that makes the convenient duaLink USB sync cable, has a solution: the dualCharge and dualCarCharge chargers.

Sliced Grandfather Clock: If You Need the Time But Don’t Have the Space

Sliced Grandfather Clock: If You Need the Time But Don’t Have the Space
Inject a sliver of style in your room with this “modern, minimalist take on your grandfather’s classic clock.” Designed by Rob Price for Kikkerland, the Sliced Grandfather Clock has a deep walnut satin finish, metal hands and a plexiglass cover.

Adobe Introduces Subscription Plans For Creative Suite Programs

Adobe Introduces Subscription Plans For Creative Suite Programs
Adobe has just announced the latest update to their CS (Creative Suite) Package, CS 5.5. Along with the software enhancements, the company is also introducing subscription options for their programs, allowing people to rent programs such as Photoshop, InDesign and even whole collections for relatively low monthly rates.

Chocolate Camera Looks Tasty, But Not Edible

Chocolate Camera Looks Tasty, But Not Edible
Maybe it’s because I have a horrible sweet-tooth, but for some reason, I’ve got candy on the brain today. Heck, even some gadgets are starting to look like candy to me. As a matter of fact, I thought I was looking at a digital camera, but all I see is a chocolate bar.

Throw-Type Fire Extinguisher is Super Effective Against Fire

Throw-Type Fire Extinguisher is Super Effective Against Fire
Fire extinguishers are relatively cheap nowadays, but they require periodic maintenance and are not exactly idiot-proof. If you’re looking for a dead simple way of putting out small fires, check out the SAT119 fire extinguisher. Using it couldn’t be easier – you drink it and it turns you into Iceman.

Lego Lunchbox Makes Packing Food a Snap

Lego Lunchbox Makes Packing Food a Snap
Whether you’re still a young minifig or a grown Mindstorms expert, the officially licensed LEGO lunchbox is for you. The eight-stud container-brick measures approx. 3″x 4″ x 8″. I’m not sure if it interlocks with other LEGO lunchboxes though.

Wooden Stickers Indulge Your Superstitions

Wooden Stickers Indulge Your Superstitions
Bar none the weirdest sticker I’ve ever seen, the Knock on Wood Touch Wood are self-adhesive patches of wood meant to allow you to knock on wood to fight off bad fortune and generally just be weird anywhere and anytime you want.

Stereolizer iPad App Digitally Revives the Cassette Tape

Stereolizer iPad App Digitally Revives the Cassette Tape
A new iPad app called Stereolizer takes advantage of the abundance of Internet radio stations and lets users record tracks from stations onto a digital cassette tape. The tapes seem to be graphical equivalents of an audio file, but the illusion Stereolizer provides is aesthetically pleasing.

12-Port USB 3.0 Hub: Half-Past, Half-Present

12-Port USB 3.0 Hub: Half-Past, Half-Present
Here’s a fairly future-proof hub for USB-gadget hoarders. Chinavision’s Warp Speed hub has 12 ports, 6 of them USB 3.0 compatible. Unless you’re really an early adopter, I think that’s more than enough.
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