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Doctor Who Tardis USB Hub

Posted in USB by Reuben Drake on July 21st, 2011

Doctor Who fans will love this USB hub. It features a flashing lantern on top and Tardis sound effects. You may not find the Doctor and his companion inside, but it will prove very useful sitting on your desk.

It will cost you about £23. Hopefully it won’t suddenly de-materialize and go on it’s own adventure, but if it does I’m sure it will be back soon. After all, Earth seems to be home base for the Doctor these days.

The TARDIS Blanket

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on April 10th, 2011

Dr. Who is one of the best shows ever. The Tardis is one of the best time machines ever. And blankets, they are the best thing ever for keeping cozy at night. And if you can’t have a real time machine, this is one way to get into one every night.

And everyone knows that if you have a Tardis, you have a companion in there with you. A female companion. Chicks just love an old Police box. So if you buy this, chances are that the girls will flock to your bed, each hoping to get into your Tardis and have some adventures. Yeah right. You’re sleeping alone buddy. But at least you will be nestled in your geek shroud.

1TB hard drive inside a toy TARDIS makes it truly bigger on the inside

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on September 11th, 2010

We all know that the Doctor’s TARDIS is bigger on the inside than it is on the outside. Now we know just how big it is. One terabyte. That should be pretty roomy for any toy figures that Max Shanly wants to cram inside his TARDIS.

It took some hard work and probably a sonic screwdriver to get the drive in there, but it’s totally worth it. Now Max is working on hooking up the flashing light up top for hard drive activity.

Doctor Who Tardis zipperrobe

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2010

So where does the Doctor keep his clothes? It’s a little known secret that he keeps them in this Tardis zipperobe, which is tucked away in a quiet corner of his actual Tardis. So he has a Tardis within a Tardis. True story.

Sorry, if you are on the large end of the spectrum, putting your clothes into this Tardis zipperrobe will not make them larger on the inside than on the outside. You will still need to lose weight.

Geek cakes revisited: Another 25 geek cakes

Posted in Lists by Conner Flynn on December 12th, 2008

Indiana Jones Golden Idol CakeA few weeks ago, we took a look at some pretty awesome geek cakes. Although we don’t necessarily promote tooth decay or stomachaches, here’s 25 more. All great confectionery nerd works of art, each and every one. Click through for a visual sugar rush.

Doctor Who Tardis 4 port USB hub

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2008

Doctor Who Tardis 4 port USB hubIt’s Friday night. You’re home in your nerd pajamas and waiting for your favorite geek show to come on the Sci-Fi channel. You have a coke chilling in your Tardis micro-fridge. Champagne is chilling in your Tardis ice bucket, you know, just in case that hot neighbor chick who doesn’t know you exist, shows up looking for company. You’ve already tried to lure her in your shed, to no avail.

The only thing left to do is make sure your gadgets are charged up and plugged into your 4 port Tardis USB hub. You can’t help but contemplate your loneliness while sampling it’s authentic sound effects. Yep, $29.99 was a steal. The shows coming on. Then it will be time to argue on some forums and then it’s time to sleep the cold and lonely sleep of the geek. For tomorrow you set out on your quest to find some female friends.

Doctor Who Tardis USB micro fridge

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2008

Doctor Who Tardis USB micro fridgeTraveling through time and space can make a Timelord mighty thirsty. Hell, a nerd can get pretty thirsty just watching it. Well, now you can add this Doctor Who Tardis USB micro fridge to your ever growing collection of Tardis themed items.

This fridge will hold a 12 ounce can of soda, though you’d think it would hold a six-pack since it’s supposed to be bigger on the inside and all. It feature a flashing Tardis light and 30 seconds of Tardis sound effects. Whether your drink goes back and forth in time when the doors are closed is uncertain. The Tardis USB Micro Fridge will be available soon and will retail for $44.99.


Doctor Who Tardis ice bucket keeps drinks cold

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2008

Doctor Who Tardis ice bucket helps keep drinks cold
I’m pretty sure this item was created when the Tardis was whisked away to an alternate universe. The doctor tried to course correct by hitting the main console with a hammer, which had the strange effect of reversing the Tardis’ inside with the Tardis’ outside. So what you were left with was the icy cold and blackness of space inside the tardis, while the universe outside was now the Tardis interior.

Weird. I forget how they got out of that one, but what I can tell you is that this Tardis Ice Bucket is perfect to have on hand while serving ice cold drinks and trying to get Rose Tyler drunk. It only costs £17.99. Brilliant!

The Tardis shed: Where Timelords keep lawn mowers

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2008

The Tardis shed: Where Timelords keep lawn mowersSheds are not gadgets, but sheds do house and hold many of our gadgets. Over at an interesting site called Readers Sheds they like to showcase all kinds of sheds.

One that comes up again and again is the Tardis. They have literally appeared everywhere throughout the UK. Apparently these sheds are also capable of being bigger on the inside and get frequently attacked by Daleks.

Tardis cabinet: For gaming, not time traveling

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2008

Tardis cabinet: For gaming, not time traveling
Here’s an awesome replica of Doctor Who’s Tardis. This one won’t time travel and it’s not bigger on the inside then on the outside. But it does have retro gaming which is kind of like time travel. It was designed and built by ubergeek Simon Jansen. Jansen had a spare computer sitting around, a love for Doctor Who and a whole lot of time on his hands.

The Tardis has a computer inside, with arcade-style controls. The light on top of the TARDIS even lights up. If you want to build your own, Jansen provided step-by-step instructions so anyone can do it. Geeks the world over salute you sir.