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Geeky: Star Wars VHS tapes turned into portable hard drives

Posted: 07 Nov 2011 02:56 AM PST

If you're a Star Wars fan, and you're looking for a retro-looking external hard drive, today we have a special treat for you, because someone has managed to turn Star Wars VHS tapes into portable hard drives.

Star Wars has a great amount of fans and when the first Star Wars movies were released, the only medium for distribution were old VHS tapes, and since technology has rapidly developed, those VHS tapes have been replaced by CDs, DVDs and USB Flash drives. However, if you want to combine the looks of original Star Wars VHS tapes and the power of the portable hard drives, Star Wars VHS portable hard drives are perfect for you. Somebody was busy enough to remove the insides of an old Star Wars VHS tape and replace it with portable hard drives with 320GB, 500GB, 640GB, and 750GB capacity.

As you can see, there's a way to use old VHS tapes with latest technology, and if you want one of these retro-looking portable hard drives, you should know that 750GB model is priced at $129.99.

[via Ubergizmo]

 

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Watch TV wirelessly with AT&T U-verse Wireless Receiver

Posted: 07 Nov 2011 01:46 AM PST

Moving and connecting your TV can be such a hassle sometimes because you have to deal with cables, and the real problem starts if you don't have enough cable to connect your TV, but luckily for you, there's U-verse Wireless Receiver.

If you're a AT&T U-verse user, and you want to move your TV to another room, but you don't have enough cable to connect it, why don't you try using U-verse Wireless Receiver? In order to enjoy in U-verse content wirelessly, you just have to set up U-verse Wireless Receiver, find a good place for your TV, plug it into the power outlet, and plug in the Wireless Receiver and you're ready to enjoy in TV content wirelessly.

U-verse Wireless Receiver is a neat solution, especially if you hate dealing with cables, so if you want to watch TV wirelessly in your home you should know that this device costs $49 and it comes with monthly fee of $7.

[via Ubergizmo]

 

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