The Ultimate Geek Extravaganza


Sleek gadgets and other technological products are sprouting everywhere in an effort to hit the jackpot, the same way Apple did with the iPod. Yesterday I showed an index finger camera that would even make James Bond 007 look like an amateur. Today I found another geek extravaganza that I just have to share it with you. It’s so cool! Why didn’t I think of this idea before?

If you’re looking for a Wi-Fi hot spot in your neck of the woods, you would have to carry a laptop with you and open it to see if you can find a working wireless Internet connection. The other option is to remove your keychain Wi-Fi detector from your pocket and see if it detects a Wi-Fi hot spot. That was yesterday. Today it’s totally different.

Now thanks to an ingenious whiz kid, you can display the current Wi-Fi signal strength to yourself and those around you just by wearing a stylish Wi-Fi Detector Shirt. The glowing bars on the front of the shirt dynamically change as the surrounding Wi-Fi signal strength fluctuates. In other words, this high tech shirt, not only detects a Wi-Fi hot spot, but will also show you the signal’s strength of the Wi-Fi hot spot around you and will animate the signal dynamically. Wow! The cost of this darling is $29.99 and works with three AAA batteries (not included).

Product Features

  • Glowing animated shirt dynamically displays the current Wi-Fi signal strength.
  • Shows signal strength for 802.11b or 802.11g
  • Black 100% cotton t-shirt
  • Animated decal is removable (with hook and loop fasteners) for easy washing
  • Battery pack is concealed in a small pocket sewn Inside the shirt
  • Runs for hours off three AAA batteries (not included)
I wonder if this shirt is being sold in Panama? Hmmmmm. I’ll have to do some investigating with my friend Sherlock Holmes. šŸ™‚

Source: The Wi-Fi Dectector Shirt

The Wi-Fi Detector Shirt – The Ultimate Geek Extravaganza

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