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MondoHub 28 Port USB 2.0/3.0 Hub
$69.99
MondoHub 28 Port USB 2.0/3.0 Hub
Is your menagerie of USB powered devices getting a little too big for the britches of your current hub? Never fear, MondoHub is here with 28 ports. Unlike many other USB hubs, the MondoHub features four SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports and is great for charging your devices or transferring data. The case is compact and durable, reduces cable clutter, and has automatic overcurrent protection and power switches for each port. Product Specifications Features Provides 28 Hi-Speed USB ports for additional peripherals 24 USB 2.0 ports 4 USB 3.0 ports Replaces less-capable hubs with compact multiport design and high-capacity 4-amp power adapter Conveniently recharges mobile devices and connects flash drives, receivers, card readers and more Switch each port on and off individually Overcurrent protection; hot-swappable Compatible with all USB-equipped computers Plug and Play – Windows and Mac compatible Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty Standards and Certifications USB 3.0, USB 2.0, USB 1.1, USB 1.0 FCC CE RoHS Ports Transfer speeds: 1.5 / 12 / 480 Mbps / 5 Gbps (1) upstream plug, Standard-A (24) downstream ports, USB 2.0 Standard-A (4) downstream ports, USB 3.0 Standard-A (1) 5 V DC port Physical Dimensions: 23 (h) x 229 (w) x 112 (d) mm; .9 (h) x 9 (w) x 4.4 (d) in. Weight: 354 g (12.5 oz.) USB Standard-A to Standard-B cable, 75 cm (30 in.) Housing: plastic LED power indicator Power Adapter cUL, FCC Input: 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz; 1.6A, maximum Output: 5 V / 4 A Cable: 1.2 m (6 ft.) System Requirements USB-enabled PC or Mac system Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 or Mac OS 10 or above Available USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 port Package Contents MondoHub Power adapter Quick install guide
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Cobalt blue 'geek.' glass
$9.99
Cobalt blue 'geek.' glass
This is a powerful statement. But you already knew that. Sure we could have slapped some esoteric code or lingo onto a container so that all your co-workers and friends could stand around and drool over your complexity - but we already do that with other mugs and glasses. We figured this time around we would simply tell it like it is. A deep deep deep translucent midnight blue 12 ounce glass with the word 'geek.' written in white front and center. 99% of the time this glass is going to look completely black and opaque. The remaining 1% of the time (when you are holding it at an angle inbetween your optical nerves and some bright light source) it will look like a deep translucent blue. In either configuration, it's quite a unique beverage containment device...
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Nintendo Reversible Messenger Bag
$36.99
Nintendo Reversible Messenger Bag
"You know what the great thing about bags is? They hold stuff. And you have stuff. What a coincidence! But you don't want just any bag. The bag you choose says something about you. The The Bag of Holding Messenger Bag? I have a 10 foot pole, and I'm not afraid to use it. And this one? I'd rather be gaming. Retro-style. You can have my console when you pry it out of my cold, dead hands. The Nintendo Reversible Messenger Bag measures 11"" tall x 15"" long with a 4"" gusset across the bottom. The front panel zips off to be reversible. One side is the classic NES controller; the other side is a pattern made out of tiny controllers. This reversible panel snaps closed with a side release (quick release) buckle to keep your stuff inside. Lifting the panel reveals a pocket, good for files, a composition notebook, TPS reports, and other goodies. The main compartment has a zipper across the top and a tiny zipper pouch inside for memory cards, thumb drives, or Starbucks gift cards. The shoulder strap is adjustable webbing and has a maximum 24"" drop. Made from 100% polyester for its durability and hydrophobic qualities. We like that word. I think that means we have hydrophobaphilia. But we digress. The bag. Buy it. Product features Durable, machine-washable polyester material (remove the reversible panel first) Shoulder strap adjusts up to 52"" long for a 24"" drop Not padded, but you can always add your own Dimensions: inside approx. 11"" tall x 15"" long x 4"" wide ""Will my laptop fit in this bag, ThinkGeek?"" Let's find out together! Laptop Fitting Guide Measure your laptop. Like TVs, laptops are listed by their measurement on the diagonal. Bags, on the other hand, are measured on the edges. Not all 17"" laptops are the same size, so you'll need to measure the length & width of your closed laptop. ""But my laptop is at home, ThinkGeek!"" If you can't wait, Google has superpowers to tell you the dimensions of your laptop if you ask it nicely. Just input the make and model of your laptop and ye shall receive. ""I've got the measurements! Now what?"" Compare your laptop's measurements to the measurements of the bag. If the laptop's measurements are smaller than the bag, it fits! If one or more of the laptop's measurements are bigger, you're out of luck with this bag. Try another."
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Star Wars Cuff Links
$59.99 $39.99
Star Wars Cuff Links
If you're planning an epic Star Wars wedding, you've probably already taken care of the big details like the Death Star cake, the droid waitstaff, and the lightsaber arch for the entrance of the new couple to the reception. Let us take care of a little thing: the groomsmen gifts. These rhodium plated cufflinks feature a bullet back closure and come in two colors: black for the Galactic Empire and red for the Rebel Alliance. You can have your groomsmen all match or you can take your chances and mix Rebels with those who swear allegiance to the Empire. It's your funeral wedding! Product Specifications The perfect groomsmen gift or monkey suit accessory Rhodium plated cufflinks with a bullet back closure Choose: Galactic Empire (black) or Rebel Alliance (red) You can mix both at the same wedding, but should you? Probably not unless you enjoy a lightsaber battle during the reception.
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The Official Ubuntu Server Book (Mixed media product)
$33.99
The Official Ubuntu Server Book (Mixed media product)
Ubuntu Server is a complete, free server operating system that just works, with the extra Ubuntu polish, innovation, and simplicity that administrators love. Now, there's a definitive, authoritative guide to getting up-and-running quickly with the newest, most powerful versions of Ubuntu Server. Written by leading members of the Ubuntu community, The Official Ubuntu Server Book, Second Edition, covers all you need to know to make the most of Ubuntu Server, whether you're a beginner or a battle-hardened senior system administrator. The authors cover Ubuntu Server from start to finish: installation, basic administration and monitoring,...
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Retro Duo NES/SNES Game System
$49.99
Retro Duo NES/SNES Game System
If you put your hand far enough into the crack of your couch in the basement you're likely to find an old SNES game cartridge... reach a little further and out comes a pop rock encrusted NES cartridge. Problem is, no matter how far you burrow, you'll never come up with a full Nintendo classic game system... and you'll never ever find a system that plays both NES and SNES games. Well luckily the Retro Duo NES/SNES Game System is here to solve all your 8 and 16 bit gaming needs...
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Quantum Bits
$19.99 $11.99
Quantum Bits
Every once in a while, we give you a product that requires a little bit of imagination. Bacon-flavored things? No need for imagination. Highly caffeinated things? No need for imagination. Adorable plush of your favorite characters? No need for imagination. Quantum Bits? You'll have to put on your imagination hat and let us tell you why you'll love 'em. Quantum Bits are little chips with super-bright LEDs inside. They light up in response to vibration and thus far, here's what we've imagined doing with them: Desk Toy: Fun to poke, tap, flick, toss from hand to hand, etc. Anger Monitor: Place on desk. Will light up when you slam fist on desk. Frustration Monitor: Place on desk. Will light up when you slam face on desk. Runner's Friend: Glue to the backs of your sneakers for nighttime runs. Oontz Oontz Oontz: Put Bits on subwoofer. Turn on tunes. Oooh, trippy. Maker's Friend: Integrate them in your creations. Send us pictures! Each set of Quantum Bits comes with eight chips and each chip has a lifetime of 100,000+ flashes. Got any other cool ideas? Mention them in the comments below! Product Specifications Set of eight motion-sensing LED lights 100,000+ flashes per chip Use them for: Amusement at work while on boring calls Superglue to your sneakers for running at night Bright lights for your subwoofer Integrate them into your building projects ...who knows what else you crazy kids will do! Dimensions: Each bit is 1.25"x 0.5" x 0.25"
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Obey Gravity - Kids
$12.99 $7.79
Obey Gravity - Kids
"When it comes to natural forces, ThinkGeek prefers magnetism. Why? It's quite simple. We can do stuff like levitate tops and totally pwn our friends. Our second favorite force would have to be Dominant Mind while playing Knights of the Old Republic in Evil mode. That brings us to our third favorite force, Gravity. Yep. And we prefer the Einsteinian model over the Newtonian, as should you. Thinking about building an anti-gravity device in the basement of the science building? Think again Mister Man! Make no attempts to defy gravity. You would be acting against the law. (see standard formula below!) Gravitational force = (G * m1 * m2) / (d2) You may still be underage, but don't give the Gravity Police a reason to knock on your door; do us a favor and always obey gravity. De-molecularization isn't pretty. 100% cotton, pre-shrunk, navy t-shirt with orange / white design with a retro-looking gravity cop (blowing his super sci-fi whistle) and the phrase ""Obey Gravity, It's The law!"" Gravitational constant not included but implied."
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SpillNot No-Spill Mug Holder
$14.99
SpillNot No-Spill Mug Holder
We love our coffee and TeaEarlGreyHot and caffeinated hot chocolate, but if we had a nickel for every time we've spilled hot beverage on ourselves, we'd have at least five dollars. Who knew the walk from the kitchen back to our cubes would be so fraught with danger? The SpillNot mug holder will save you from spills with the magic of physics! Science FTW! Here's how it works: When you hold a cup of hot beverage, inertia keeps the liquid from moving. But when you walk, you create horizontal force, causing the side of the cup to press against the liquid, which then rises up and over the edge of the cup. The flexible loop handle of SpillNot cannot deliver a lateral acceleration to the saucer or the cup. As the handle moves horizontally, the saucer and cup swing up slightly in the opposite direction, balancing everything out so the liquid stays in the cup. When you are walking normally, the only force acting in a direction that is not parallel to the sides of the cup is the force of gravity. (Of course, if you apply a vertical force by jerking your hand around or dropping the SpillNot, all bets are off!) If the SpillNot is swung all the way around in a loop such that the cup is upside down at the top of the arc, the liquid does not pour out of the cup due to the force which acts in the opposite direction as gravity when the cup is at the top of the arc. (Note: Try this outside with plastic cups first. You need to experiment to get the right amount of speed in your swing.) Ready to carry your burning hot beverage around the office with confidence? Prepared to amaze your friends with crazy stunts starring physics? Get your own SpillNot and be the Mr. Wizard of the office. Product Specifications Genius invention that lets you carry a full cup without spilling it Put the cup on the base, lift and carry SpillNot by the strap You can even do tricks (with some practice, try outside first!) Excellent gift for: science teachers, people who spill drinks a lot Black plastic base with non-slip coaster and woven nylon strap Dimensions: 7.5" tall, 6.25" at widest point, 4.5" wide base for mug
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Geek Love Poem T-shirt
$14.99 $9.99
Geek Love Poem T-shirt
The eloquence of a few lines of verse can be a powerful thing. Poetry can cause you to pause and think about life. It can incite feelings of rage. A good poem can even bring you to tears. We're not sure where this one lies in the spectrum of emotional reactions, but we're thinking somewhere between a chuckle and a look of heartfelt confusion. This shirt, designed by ThinkGeek Love Labs® makes an especially good gift to one you love or love to confuse, depending on their knowledge of hex and Internet lore. roses are #FF0000 violets are #0000FF all my base are belong to you Also available in a Ladies Babydoll version! 100% cotton t-shirt in our favorite color, black. Heavyweight, preshrunk cotton tee with the lovely poem above printed on the front in white, blue, and red.
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Wi-Fi Detector Shirt
$29.99 $4.99
Wi-Fi Detector Shirt
Here at ThinkGeek we're pretty lazy when it comes to technology. We expect our gadgets to do all the busywork while we focus on the high level important tasks like reading blogs. That's why we hate to have to crack open our laptops just to see if there is any wi-fi internet access about... and keychain wi-fi detectors, we would have to actually remove them from our pockets to look at them. But now thanks to the ingenious ThinkGeek robot monkeys you can display the current wi-fi signal strength to yourself and everyone around you with this stylish Wi-Fi Detector Shirt. The glowing bars on the front of the shirt dynamically change as the surrounding wi-fi signal strength fluctuates. Finally you can get the attention you deserve as others bow to you as their reverential wi-fi god, while geeky chicks swoon at your presence. You can thank us later.
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Linux Bible
$49.99 $29.36
Linux Bible
Step-by-step tutorial for mastering LinuxComplete guide for becoming a Linux ProfessionalBuild Linux desktop and server skillsAdvance to enterprise-level computingBecome a Linux system admin or power userYour definitive guide to becoming a Linux expertAs a bestselling Linux author and full-time trainer for Red Hat, Christopher Negus has helped thousands of beginning and experienced Linux users become certified professionals. In this full updated edition of
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Linux
$17.99 $12.99
Linux
We'll use the more than apt description of Linux from ESR's Jargon File: Linux /lee'nuhks/ or /li'nuks/, not /li:'nuhks/ n. The free Unix workalike created by Linus Torvalds and friends starting about 1991. The pronunciation /li'nuhks/ is preferred because the name `Linus' has an /ee/ sound in Swedish (Linus's family is part of Finland's 6% ethnic-Swedish minority) and Linus considers English short /i/ to be closer to /ee/ than English long /i:/. This may be the most remarkable hacker project in history -- an entire clone of Unix for 386, 486 and Pentium micros, distributed for free with sources over the net (ports to Alpha and Sparc and many other machines are also in use). Linux is what GNU aimed to be, and it relies on the GNU toolset. But the Free Software Foundation didn't produce the kernel to go with that toolset until 1999, which was too late. Other, similar efforts like FreeBSD and NetBSD have been technically successful but never caught fire the way Linux has; as this is written in 2001, Linux is seriously challenging Microsoft's OS dominance. It has already captured 31% of the Internet-server market and 25% of general business servers. Black shirt with the word 'linux' written with a mirror image on the front and 'Tux' the Linux mascot on the back. Tux logo by Larry Ewing.
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Linux Kernel Poster - Typography Art Print - 30W x 24H inches
$24.99
Linux Kernel Poster - Typography Art Print - 30W x 24H inches
The Linux Kernel is one of the most prominent examples of free and open source software. At its core is the process scheduler - initially conceived and created by Linus Torvalds in 1991. The process scheduler is a highly important, if not the most important, component to every single multitasking operating system. It handles memory management, drivers, networking, file systems, etc. Lists source code from the Kernel version 2.6.34.1: sched.c, sched_clock.c, sched_cpupri.c, sched_cpupri.h, sched_debug.c, and sched_fair.c.
Hayneedle.com
Women's Fitted T-shirt Dark Genius Periodic Table of Elements Science Geek Nerd
$39.97
Women's Fitted T-shirt Dark Genius Periodic Table of Elements Science Geek Nerd
Product Number: 030-574876751 Turn heads in this hot, hip, curve-hugging tee from American Apparel. Made of ultra-fine, ring-spun cotton, it gets softer with each washing. Lightweight for summer comfort or winter layering, it's a casual, effortless way to ensure you're stylin' in comfort. * 4.3 oz. 100% ultra-fine combed organic ring-spun jersey * Made in the USA, by American Apparel * size up for a looser fit * Available in Black, Kelly Green, Orange, Asphalt, and Aqua Blue
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pi*z*z*a T-Shirt - Red, XXL
$19.99
pi*z*z*a T-Shirt - Red, XXL
As part of our anniversary proceedings each year, we like to look back. And this year we looked back and saw few shirts looking back at us. This shirt, specifically, was one of them. And it had pizza on it. Who are we to deny pizza? Pizza is the perfect food. It's got your grain, your dairy, your... fruit. Man, we make a face just typing that. Fruit doesn't belong on pizza. But we digress. Food pyramid. Depending on your choice of toppings, pizza may also provide protein and vegetables...
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