Straight out of the, “What’s The Chuffin’ Point Of That” Dept comes two utterly daft USB devices.
This one goes all the way up to zero The first is a completely pointless guitar shaped USB stick, which comes complete with its own red-felt lined guitar case.
Even if you had the tiniest hands in the universe, you still wouldn’t be able to play the thing because it’s not a real guitar, and it measures a pixie-unchallenging 160 x 46 x 20mm.
Although we can’t help but admire the handiwork – a near perfect copy of the legendary Fender Stratocaster (the “axe” of choice for megastars like Eric Clapton and Hendrix) – we can’t work out who on earth would want to fork out €55 for what is essentially a cheap USB stick with a plastic guitar stuck on.
But if you fancy indulging in a bit of micro air guitar work while carrying around a paltry amount of over-priced flash memory, point your credit card in the direction of geekstuff4u.com
If you’re the proud owner of a secret underwater complex and need to have secure access to your submerged laptop while you’re flapping about in your scuba gear, look no further than the SecuTronix waterproof fingerprint reader.
This utterly bizarre invention (pictured here with a mini waterfall running over it) lets users authenticate themselves under water by swiping their fingers on the waterproof sensor.
We’re not sure at what depth the thing keeps on working or why anyone would want to be logging on to Windows in their Speedos, but there’s an English language version of the software available, and the whole sub-aqua caboodle could be yours for just €137.