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T-Shirt Helps Find Hotspots


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ThinkGeek has developed a shirt that can detect and display the local Wi-Fi signal strength.

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Thats awesome!!!
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Heh, saw it about a week ago in an Israeli Gadget site. Pretty cool, although I don't want to know what happens when you get caught under the rain!
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Darn. Hadn't thought about the rain bit. :) Not gonna wear one at the pool even.

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I checked it out at ThinkGeek and the stuff is removable so you can wash it. No worries, plus they are only AAA batteries.
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Ah, but it's not the voltage that kills, but the right amount of current through the right part of the body. :)

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So much for singing in the rain :)

Edited by landlord, 13 October 2007 - 05:39 AM.

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Or surfing for that matter.
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