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R2D2 Trashcan! [REAL]

Last week, we featured the DIY R2D2 trashcan, well you can now “buy” one that looks exactly like the real one.  I want one.

Available at ThinkGeek for $99.99.  Pretty pricey but worth it if you are a Star Wars fan.

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Yoda, R2D2, Leia, and Vader Star Wars Costume for Babies/Toddlers!

Looking to dress your loved little ones with Star Wars costumes for this Halloweens?  Look no further as ThinkGeek as Yoda, R2D2, Leia, and Vader costumes from newborns up to 2 years old.

The Darth Vader version is a romper with underleg snap closure, plus a detachable cape (Velcro) and “helmet” headpiece made from fleece. The Princess Leia version is a robe-style dress that uses a Velcro closure in the back and includes its own fleece headpiece so you don’t have to make her hold

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Star Wars Jedi Costume for Halloween!

Want to become as Star Wars Jedi for this Halloweens?  You can with the Jedi Robe from ThinkGeek.  Not only will you look authentic, get one of these lightsabers (btw, are really cool stuff)to engage in combat too.  These are officially licensed, meaning they are as real as they get.

Also check out these “real” lightsabers

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How to beat Atari Star Wars

Okay, hold it. Sorry guys, I have to post this video too. Sorry for all the Atari stuff.

So, one of the games I had for my Atari was Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Easily one of the best movies ever, but a pretty lame game. I could never figure out how to beat it.

But, thanks to this awesome video, which looks like its from right after the game was released, now I know.

Check out these awesome graphics. Man, we’ve come a long way in our lifetimes:

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$18,000 Darth Vader Statue!

Standing at 4 feet tall and 150lbs., this life-like Darth Vader Statue can be purchased for a measly $18,000.

Any hard-core Star Wars fans out there? (Now my question is, how many people will buy this in the next week?)

Sculpted by Lawrence Noble, the inspiration for this Vader bronze came from a source usually associated with the Star Wars prequels, that is the planet Coruscant. Standing 4 feet tall and weighing 150 lbs., this majestic statue sports a particular attitude as it is frozen with one foot raised on a little precipice. Only 30 su

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R2D2 USB Hub in action!

Using the R2D2 USB hub might not make your USB devices to run faster but it’s still a fun little USB hub than your regular ol’ hub with no feelings.

So like the Darth Vader Hub, it is animated, provides some nifty Star Wars sound effects and more precisely the famous R2D2 sounds effect. Notice that it goes into action every 3 minutes;

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USB LED Light Tube Speaker!

It’s a tube, LED, USB, NO, it’s a USB LED Light Tube speaker that can perfectly complement any of your iPod/MP3/MP4 devices with its cool glowing light.  This goes well on any Star Wars enthusiast’s desk, provided you have muppet dolls of all the chararcters too.

At $22, the USB LED Light Tube Speakers will get you sounds wor

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Star Wars USB Hubs!

R2D2 and Darth Vader may be in reach of your USB devices with this cool Star Wars USB Hubs.

Can’t complain now that the evil force is comin’ to get your USB devices.

these official R2D2 and Vader USB hubs. R2’s head moves, he lights up and emits genuine Star Wars sound effects every three minutes, while Vader just seems to have the sound effects and glowing eyes. *Shiver*̷

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Floppy Drive Disk Plays Horrible Star Wars Music!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4SCSGRVAQE

Here’s a floppy disk that plays some really horrible Star Wars music.  Why!!!

I assume it’s a hardware hack that manually controls the floppy drive’s stepper motor, but it’d make my day if this was done in software using standard I/O requests. Either way, the 3.5 inch FDD finally serves an important function again.

via hackszine

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