10 totally ridiculous combo gadgets

From a combo taser/MP3 player to a computer mouse/VoIP phone, these Frankengadgets never should have seen the light of day.

The USB Hub and Thermometer



For all those times when you're plugging in USB devices and suddenly wonder what the indoor temperature is, Brando's USB Rota Rota Hub has you covered. It comes with three USB ports, each of which you can rotate 90 degrees, plus slots for SD, SDHC, Memory Stick Duo, MicroSD, and M2. But the real game-changers here are the two thermometers--one for reading indoor temperature in Fahrenheit degrees, and the other for doing the same job in Celsius degrees. The thermometers are electric rather than mercury-based, so you won't be tossing hazardous waste when you throw this worthless gadget out.

Price: US$15, available now

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