If you are a child of the 80’s, or just extra geeky you have no doubt heard of the Rubik’s Cube. I have fond memories of trying to defeat the dastardly cube from my youth, only to resort to pulling the stickers off and rearranging them to win so I could feel smart.
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GeekStuff4U has a very Rubik’s Cubesque device for sale on their site right now that uses colored lights to make and display up to 27 different patterns. The cube measures in at 110 x 110 x 110 mm, weighs 150g and runs off three AAA batteries that are included.The internal speaker is a 125mW x 2 channel 3.5mm job that is sure to sound anemic. The cube certainly looks pretty cool and I could see it sitting on my desk, covered by styofoam peanuts and torn shrink wrap happily changing colors as I no doubt forget its there.