Tromping through the streets of downtown Tokyo... crunching tiny white audio players underfoot comes the iZilla. If you've been looking to step-up to a hungry man sized portable media player with incredible tech powers... this is it. The iZilla offers a whopping two terabytes of storage and has a built-in slot loading turntable for ripping audio direct from vinyl. Listen to the iZilla roar through the internal six speaker surround system offering 5.1 channel surround sound with up to 120 watts per channel. Or enjoy your music privately with the included DJ-Style wireless bluetooth headphones up to 15 feet away. Take the iZilla with you anywhere. It's like having an entire home entertainment system in a handy 30 pound white briefcase. [ more... ]
Mario's dream is finally here. His insurance was running out because of all his hand injuries - hitting bricks and blocks is tough, you know. But the pain and hospital visits were worth it every time he found an elusive 1up Mushroom. Now, Mario can rest easy and so can you. All you need to add is potting soil and water, and you'll have everything you need to grow your very own 1up Mushroom. And the best part is - it really works! Really. Grow in the included sewer-pipe-shaped flower pot, and you'll have the greatest conversation piece ever. Just keep it nearby; you never know when Bowser or Wario will attack, and you'll need an extra life. [ more... ]
We like caffeine. It helps us wake up in the morning, stay alert during the day, and stay even more alert during the night. Caffeine keeps us rocking, coding, fragging, and partying well past normal human tolerance. Here at ThinkGeek, we sell caffeinated liquids (drinks, syrups) and solids (mints, gums). But something was missing; there was a state of matter not caffeinated: gas. Until now! Welcome to the first commercially available caffeinated inhaler. One puff and you'll have about two cups of coffee's worth of caffeine zooming through your blood stream. Because it's inhaled, it will start working a lot faster than caffeine delivery systems that need to be digested. Breathe in and perk up! And yes, we know about the fourth state of matter: plasma...just wait until we unveil the world's first caffeinated desktop star (later this year). [ more... ]
ThinkGeek has long pondered the fate of geeks who live their entire lives indoors with pale, blotchy skin. We knew we could never motivate them to get off the computer in some half-witted attempt to go kayaking or to have a spring picnic. There simply is not enough time for World of Warcraft as it is, and we fully understand. So, we figured if we can't get you to interact with sunlight, we would do the next best thing and bring the sun to you! [ more... ]
At ThinkGeek, we're here to help. To that end, we decided to give away our patented RFID-blocking t-shirt for April Fool's Day 2006. Too bad you missed out though, because those that didn't get one will be forever plagued by the nagging possibility that their private data might be stolen. If only you had one of these shirts, you could cut out the RFID blocking panel and keep prying eyes at bay. Wow. Sucks to be you. [ more... ]
Using the latest in microwave energy transmission technology, the Wireless Extension Cords (WECs) "beam" power right where you need it. Broadcasting in the 7.2GHz range, the WECs will not interfere with wireless networks, phones, or Bluetooth components. Be sure to heed all the warnings in the instruction manual; the microwaves used are relatively safe, but you don't want to cook your computer (or coworkers) by mistake. [ more... ]
Maybe once in a lifetime does a product come along that redefines the barriers and sets all the boundaries back to a starting place. A product that gives more than it takes and gives back even more. Just imagine what the world would be like without the Screened Sphorb and that world would not be unlike anything you can even think to imagine thinking about. Imagine that. You simply aren't going to know what to do with all the time profit this product will deliver.
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