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The ThinkGeek Newsletter!

April 1, 2007


The gadget maestros here at ThinkGeek have recently returned from a three week tour across the globe in an attempt to find another round of worthy products to bring to you, our loyal smart masses. We traveled across the swamps of Indonesia, penetrated the great Nintendo fortress at Kyoto, and even braved the Patagonias with only a spork and green laser to guide us. In the end, we conquered, managing to level up in the process, and now bring to you the fruits of our labors...

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What's New @ ThinkGeek !!

The ThinkGeek WiiHelm -- Look Ma, No Hands!

The ThinkGeek WiiHelm -- Look Ma, No Hands!

Everyone loves the Wii. The games are fun, the graphics are sweet, and the Wiimote has created some of the most enjoyable playability since ...well, rock-paper-scissors. But there is one faction who hates the Wii: chair, sofas, and couches. It's true - with everyone jumping up and down and moving around, our butt-comforting furniture is lonely. And, to tell the truth, we're exhausted. Gamers are supposed to be one with their couch, not prancing around in front of their television! Lucky for all of us, the WiiHelm is here. Snap your Wiimote into the WiiHelm and put the WiiHelm on your head. Now, all you have to do is move your head around. Why jump to the left when a simple flick of your neck will do? All Wiimote buttons are controlled by the included foot pedals, so your hands are finally free to hold your drink, shove another donut hole in your mouth, or scratch yourself. Remember: gaming should be fun, not exercise. And now thanks to the WiiHelm, it is again. Check out the video to see it in action!

The ThinkGeek 8-bit Tie - Mario Got One Every Father's Day

From the first time we saw Mario, we knew our fascination with 8-Bit gaming was here to stay. From Mario's sense of duty to his fashion sense, our mission became clear: to dress like our hero. As technology advanced, Mario changed his blocky 8-Bit ensemble for smoother, higher resolution duds. And so we too had to change with the times. But a part of our heart always missed the Zen-like simplicity of 8-Bit design. Then we got an e-mail from Mario (who knew he was a ThinkGeek fan?!?) with some pictures from the good old days. In one picture, when he was accepting a video game award, he sported a fancy 8-Bit tie. We knew what we had to do. We had to make the 8-Bit Tie for our friends and customers. And so we did. Enjoy.

The ThinkGeek 8-bit Tie - Mario Got One Every Father's Day

SnuzNLuz - Wifi Donation Alarm Clock, Enemy Aware

SnuzNLuz - Wifi Donation Alarm Clock, Enemy Aware

For years the masses have told you that if you snooze you lose. You never believed them. You held your head high and slept in whenever you wanted to, always without fear of loss. Well, dear friends, the times have changed. The ingenious sages at ThinkGeek Labs(TM) have finally created the Ultimate weapon against snoozing - the SnuzNLuz(TM). People who enjoy sleeping in are cowering in fear all across the globe - it's finally true, when you snooze, you lose! The principle is simple. The SnuzNLuz securely connects via WiFi to your online bank account, and donates YOUR real money to an organization you HATE when you decide to snooze! Are you a music pirate? Then set your SnuzNLuz to donate to the RIAA every time you snooze and we guarantee you'll never sleep in again! Oh the time profit...

Piranhaz - R/C Battle Fish - Fishes Are Vicious

The seas of the world hold a secret. When no one is looking, fish all over the world arm themselves with weapons. They meet in hidden areas masked in mystery and encrypted passwords. Don't ask us how we found this location; let's just say Slappy the Guppy (our office fish) will never be the same. And what do the fish do in this den of shadows? They fight...with lasers! Why? We're not sure. Maybe they are intending an uprising, but whatever. It gave us an idea for these great R/C Battle Fish. We call them Piranhaz and they have all the laser battle action of the real fish plotting our downfall in the seas (just without the dire "human slave" consequences). And you can use them in any fish tank - even if it already has fish in it. The cloudier (i.e. poopier) the water, the more you can see the laser beams. Three hits and your opponent goes belly up...just like real laser blasted fish. Oh yeah!

Piranhaz - R/C Battle Fish - Fishes Are Vicious

SurgeStix - Inhalable Caffeine Stix - Puff & Wake Up

SurgeStix - Inhalable Caffeine Stix - Puff & Wake Up

We at ThinkGeek have made it our mission to get caffeine into your system in as many ways as are available: eating, drinking, absorption. There is one final way to get caffeine into your body: breathing! You can see why we were so excited when we saw SurgeStix at a trade show in Canada. Though they look like cigarettes, you don't light these Stix. You crack them like glow sticks (to get the caffeine solution flowing) and then take deep drags. Each breath will suck in about 20mg of caffeine, each Stix has about 15 "hits," so you are looking at 180mg of caffeine going straight into your lungs and surging into your bloodstream. Now, the warning says not to exceed 4 Stix in a 24 hour period, but we know you will. Heck, we did too! In fact, the entire ThinkGeek office hasn't slept a wink in 3 days! Get your SurgeStix now, and you too can be sucking in no time.

The Lonely Guy Dream Vacation Digital Photo Frame

If you have neither the time, inclination or social capacity to make friends and take vacations yourself, let our new photo frame do the work for you! The onboard processor digitally mattes yourself into various interesting situations, and with the kind of people until now you've only dreamed about. Finally you can prove that you really did go to Egypt last fall, and that you and your dad did go fishing in Big Sky last June, and that you partied hard in Cozumel, and that you really do have a hot girlfriend in Canada. Hundreds of possible scenarios are available! And it's all possible with the new Lonely Guy. Dream Vacation Digital Photo Frame from ThinkGeek. Display the frame prominently to ward away awkward explanations of your nonexistent weekend plans and rebuild that fragmented ego of yours now!

The Lonely Guy Dream Vacation Digital Photo Frame

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