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Thursday, 11 October 2007 13:40

New Wi-Fi detector t-shirt available

Written by David Stellmack

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For the geeks on your holiday list


 

ThinkGeek has just released for sale on its Web site a new t-shirt that is capable of detecting the Wi-Fi signal in your current location.

That’s right: you can now stroll into your local coffee shop and show everyone just how connected you truly are with your unique Wi-Fi signal shirt.  The cotton t-shirt has an animated Wi-Fi decal with accurate “glowing bars” on the front of the shirt that dynamically display the current Wi-Fi signal strength and change as the signal strength fluctuates. 

The decal indicates signal strength for 802.11b or 802.11g and is powered by three “AAA” batteries that are hidden in a small pocket inside the t-shirt and are reported to display the signal for hours.  The Wi-Fi decal can be disconnected from its inside wiring and peeled off the t-shirt front so that the shirt can be machine washed and hung to dry, then easily reconnected later. We want one of these !

The t-shirt is available for purchase now for US$29.99 at ThinkGeek’s Web site, by clicking here.

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