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02 May 2015 
Credit: Solid Alliance

Credit: Kensington

This desktop missile launcher fires a trio of foam-rocket projectiles. For under $50 bucks, it's Da Bomb!

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This ultra-portable USB handheld credit card swiper reads magnetic coded information with a single swipe in either direction.

This digital digit is a drive in the form of a thumb. Creepy, perhaps, but the 128 MB Thumb Drive is a handful for $89... also available from Dynamism.

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What's on the menu? Zen-like genius of the Sushi USB memory sticks... sushi replicas hand-made in Tokyo.... with memory to spare.

This USB device measures and calibrates your LCD and CRT monitors to bring true colors shining through. The "huey" mounts on your screen and lets you adjust your screen with software.

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Kid-friendly microscope for the PC and Mac. Record stills and video at 10X, 60X, and 200X with bright LED illumination.

Credit: Pantone

Credit: ZBA Inc.

Now, there's no reason you can't enjoy a cold one while working on your hot laptop. This USB Beverage Chiller brings bottles down to a brisk 45 degrees.



Think Geek features a nice night light for your keyboard. The LED should shine for years without burning out and it won't seriously drain much of your laptop battery.

Keep cool working on your laptop. The pair of soft, nylon fan blades cool you down but the motor is quiet. Just $10.99, made by Kensington.

Celebrate Christmas in July for only $9.99, with the USB-powered snowman that never melts. USB plug-'n-play Santa, in 4 different colors using LED lights.

Want instant stress relief from your computer? Try the USB Vibe Massager... the oscillating head vibrates 60 times per second... bringing relief to pressure centers.


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