The IWallet: A Stocking Stuffer For The Paranoid Wealthy

Posted: Dec 7 2009, 10:21am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:06pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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Oh dear, the servants have been nipping at your pocketbook again. Insisting upon their Christmas bonuses, no doubt. It's just ghastly what the lower classes will do for a spare pittance or two. If only there was some way to keep your vast fortune safe from their prying hands and wandering eyes.

Enter; the iWallet. It's a carbon-fiber hardcase for your cash and cards that can only be opened by a biometric fingerprint reader. Just slide your thumb over the reader and your new cyberpunk wallet unclasps. Simple and safe.

The iWallet is also Bluetooth-enabled. You can hook it up to your cellphone and, if the two devices are separated from one another, an alarm will sound. That's a little helpful for preventing theft, and a lot helpful for remembering your phone or wallet. Interested (and wealthy) customers can reserve an iWallet now for $299. You can also get add kevlar padding to the iWallet for an additional $300.

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