USB Doomsday Self Destruction Button On Sale On Think Geek

Posted: Dec 5 2007, 9:39am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:35am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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USB Doomsday Self Destruction Button on Sale on Think Geek
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We just reported about the new tiny self destruction button and now we got word that gadget shop Think Geek has a special deal on the USB self destruction device that appeared first in Japan two years ago.

Think Geek sells the disguised and dangerous 4 port USB Hub for $39.99 (20% discount). You get an additional $5 off any order above $30 with Coupon code: RAMEN (valid until 12/09/07).

How does the USB Self destruction button work?
The secret to the USB Doomsday Device is very simple - it has three levels of failsafe protection. In order to arm the Device, you first need to activate switch one. Then, you need to activate switch two. Then (and stay with us here, because this is where it gets a little crazy), you need to activate switch three. Switch three is a key switch, and only authorized personnel should have a copy of the key. Once all three switches are turned on (in order) the Main light will glow red. This means the Device is armed and very dangerous.

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