A TARDIS Of Your Very Own

By Stephen Cass | January 26, 2009 6:43 pm

USB hub in the shape of a TardisAnother science-fiction CES item–a USB hub in the shape of The Doctor’s TARDIS. And the best thing? Plug in a device, or press the button where the telephone sign lives, and the light on top lights up along with the VWORP! VWORP! sound effect. You can pick one up at Think Geek for $30.

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MORE ABOUT: Doctor Who, USB

Comments (3)

  1. 2007 Phil? You must realize that I’m neurologically incapable of recognizing anything prior to your incorporation into the Hive Mind. The Hive Is All! (Plus, I think this rev has new USB 2.0 support :) )

  2. Minkowksi space is geometrically flat spacetime. Added mass for gravitation causes a positive curvature elliptic deformation of spacetime, allowing a black hole to possess unlimited volume inside an externally finite volume envelope – a Tardis. If one does not mind a Sidrat smaller on the inside than the outside, a hyperbolic deformation of spacetime is anti-gravitation. The interest reader is invited to pursue fabrication and contingent disestablishment of NASA.

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