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ThinkGeek Star Wars Lightsaber Candlestick lands in December

ThinkGeek Star Wars Lightsaber Candlestick lands in December

There are more Star Wars branded products out there than you can shake a stick at making many fans of the franchise angry that George Lucas pimps out our childhood memories to just about anyone. The place that makes some of the coolest licensed gear is ThinkGeek and I have yet to be disappointed by stuff that it offers. ThinkGeek has a new Star Wars item that is called the Star Wars Lightsaber Candlestick.

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ThinkGeek shows off Electronic Rock Guitar Bag

ThinkGeek shows off Electronic Rock Guitar Bag

ThinkGeek has some of the coolest geeky toys and wares around. Some of the stuff is a bit odd like that titanium straw we talked about a while back. For a while now ThinkGeek has also been offering shirts that have musical instruments on the front you can actually play. So far, you can jam to a guitar, keyboard, and drum shirt.

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Titanium drinking straw for the neurotic geek

Titanium drinking straw for the neurotic geek

I used to work with a woman that was weird. She had an unnatural fear of balloons and always brought her own straws to work. Apparently, she didn’t trust the balloons to not pop on her randomly and getting a straw out of a box was gross. What that woman needs is this titanium drinking straw. You can cram it into just about anything you want to drink from oranges to milk cartons.

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ThinkGeek Releases JOYSTICK-IT For iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

ThinkGeek Releases JOYSTICK-IT For iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

ThinkGeek has just released a nifty little gizmo called the JOYSTICK-IT that will bring gameplay on your iPhone, iPad, and/or iPod touch to the next level. The retro-looking arcade-style joystick gives you enhanced gaming precision and easily attaches to your screen without harming it.

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Think Geek Tactical Sammich to power zombie fighters of the future

Think Geek Tactical Sammich to power zombie fighters of the future

Even the CDC has been giving tips to folks on how to stock up to survive a zombie apocalypse. The same survival kit will come in handy for things like earthquakes, floods, and tornados too. Granted in a natural disaster of the non-zombie sort, you will get less use from your machete-throwing slingshot than when the zombie scourge rears its rotting head. Still, the key here is to be prepared for anything. I know many geeks that are powered by Hot Pockets and Dr. Pepper and the thought of going without internet access in a disaster is bad enough, but going sans snackage is more than they can take.

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ThinkGeek unveils new Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera

ThinkGeek unveils new Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera

Just like any tool, this camera can be used for good or evil. ThinkGeek has all sorts of cameras and other gadgets that can be used for spying on your fellow geeks and doing things that could get you arrested or beaten up if you get caught. The latest camera product from the geeky purveyor of goodies is the new Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera. It's cool and has an infrared photography mode that allows you to take photos in total darkens.

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ThinkGeek iCADE iPad arcade cabinet finally gets shipping date

ThinkGeek iCADE iPad arcade cabinet finally gets shipping date

One of ThinkGeek's most popular April Fools' jokes of recent years has been the iCADE arcade cabinet for the iPad, and having been green-lighted the retro peripheral is finally going on sale. ThinkGeek has just told us that pre-orders for the iCADE kick off today, with the cabinet expected to ship from May 20.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 28 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 28 2011

What's the difference between a Windows 7 tablet and a steel hammer? Ask Fujitsu - they've got the answer. What's better than listening to Aphex Twin? Listening to Aphex Twin on mushrooms. What's a bigger reason for shuffling Google CEOs - their competitors, or China? Finally, what's the biggest overnight news for Notion Ink's Adam tablet? Is it a Honeycomb update, an FCC teardown, a root that allows Android Marketplace access, or their customer service possibly stalling past their 7 day return period? This question can only be answered by YOU. And what's this - a review of a AT&T MiFi 2372 by none other than Chris Davies?! All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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ThinkGeek offers geeky Valentines gifts for your sweetie

ThinkGeek offers geeky Valentines gifts for your sweetie

Guys and gals, Valentine's Day will be here before you know it so if you don't have your plans for gift giving for the geek in your life hammered out, you had better get to it. ThinkGeek has all sorts of stuff that geeks will like and you should give some of the stuff a gander.

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JOYSTICK-IT iPad Arcade Stick for Superior Pac-Man Playing

JOYSTICK-IT iPad Arcade Stick for Superior Pac-Man Playing

So you've got your iPad and you've got your arcade games and you're having tons of fun, but after a while you notice your thumb starting to hurt. Why? Because you're jamming it down way too hard on the surface of the machine! You know what you need? Something awesome. Something three-dee. This is that. This is JOYSTICK-IT, an iPad arcade stick that suction-cups down to your pad and allows you the classic control you never knew you wanted, but are about to know you need! It's a vintage fantasy that fits just so very nice right here in the now!

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Electric Butterfly in a Jar is not cruel

Electric Butterfly in a Jar is not cruel

My daughter is too young to understand that things die. She is always catching some sort of frog or lizard and then putting it in a box to keep "forever" without realizing that the things have to eat. I end up having to sneak out and let the captive escape after she goes to sleep.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 2 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 2 2010

Welcome to a morning of great discovery! First, NASA discovers a new form of life that opens the door toward a whole new way of thinking about... well... life! Then RIM discovers the fact that a company by the name of The Astonishing Tribe would be a great addition to their team. ThinkGeek discovers the technology to integrate a music synth into a t-shirt. Amazon discovers its weak side as it stops hosting WikiLeaks. Apple discovers inexpensive auto-stereoscopic 3D technology (and patents it.) Advent Vega discover a few more tablets in their warehouse (and sell them all out basically instantly.) And Google discovers that its Android 2.2 Froyo has finally overtaken 2.1 Éclair. Bring on the cookies!

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