Doctor Who TARDIS Mini Safe
The Doctor has always used a key to secure the TARDIS, but it's changed shape and size over the course of his 900-ish years. It's gone from a standard Yale key (like a real police box would have) to a spade shaped silver key to a double helix and back to the standard Yale key again. But one thing never changed: that one key was the only thing able to unlock the amazing vehicle known as the TARDIS. This TARDIS Safe will allow you to lock some of your prized possessions away from friends, family, coworkers, and alien life forms. Rest easy knowing that only you hold the key. When locked, the light on top pulses gently, awaiting your return. Turn the key and the light will flash and the distinctive vworp vworp vworp will play as the interior of the TARDIS is revealed. Product Specifications Keep your stuff safe from friends, family, and aliens Lock valuables inside the Doctor's TARDIS Only you have the little key that opens the TARDIS When unlocked, the TARDIS light flashes and re-materialisation sounds play When locked, the light gently pulses Batteries: 3 AA (not included) Dimensions: approx. 9" tall
Cube - Bluetooth Laser Projected Keyboard
"Remember when you were promised all those amazing future tech innovations? Just around the corner was supposed to be a shining technology utopia with flying cars, personal space travel to distant galaxies, and bio-implantable cell phones. It's almost disappointing enough to make you sit at home and watch old episodes of ""Space 1999"". Don't lose hope! An amazing glimpse of this promised future has just arrived at ThinkGeek in the form of the Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard. This tiny device laser-projects a keyboard on any flat surface... you can then type away accompanied by simulated key click sounds. It really is true future magic at its best. You'll be turning heads the moment you pull this baby from your pocket and use it to compose an e-mail on your iPad, iPhone or laptop. With 63 keys and and full size QWERTY layout the Laser Virtual Keyboard can approach typing speeds of a standard keyboard... in a size a little larger than a matchbook. Product Features Projects a full-size laser keyboard onto any flat surface Allows the convenience of full-size typing in a tiny form factor Connects wirelessly via bluetooth to iPhone, iPad, many Smartphones and most Laptops Mouse mode allows you to use your finger as a mouse rather than typing when using with a laptop. Rechargeable battery lasts for 150 minutes of continuous typing Charges via USB. No drivers to install Product Specifications Compatibility: iPhone 3GS/4, iPad (iOS4), Blackberry tablet, Android 2.0 and higher, Windows Phone 7, Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS Interface: Bluetooth HID and USB 2.0 Keyboard Layout: 19mm sized QWERTY layout Detection rate: Up to 400 characters per minute Operating Surface: Most flat opaque surfaces Battery duration: Approximately 150 minutes, 700mAh built-in rechargeable battery"
Ultrafast USB 3.0 Thumbdrives
"Let's face it - cloud services are all great and stuff, but the days of unlimited data are numbered. The only bits you can pass along that are free from potential overage fees is Ye Olde Sneakernet - that is, copying files onto a portable drive, and physically carrying them to your destination. Although, technically speaking, Sneakernet is probably faster and more reliable than most data-transmission methods around. With the new USB 3.0 devices coming out, now, your Sneakernet is faster than ever! With data transfer rates as high as 720Mbps, you can copy a full-length HD movie off this drive in under 30 seconds. With capacities up to 32 gigs, that means you can store 10 of them. Try bittorrenting that in 5 minutes. Features Affordable, high performance USB 3.0 drive Up to 720Mb/s Read and 128Mb/s Write speeds USB powered - no external power is required Fully compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 (with some of the fastest USB 2.0 scores) Dimensions: 67.4 x 20.3 x 10.4 mm (2.65"" x 0.8"" x 0.4"") To take full-advantage of USB 3.0 speeds, you must have a USB 3.0 port on your computer."