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Mad Max Wireless Router Truck

By: on August 05, 2012
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Beyond Thunderdome lies WiFi. This Mad Max-inspired semi-truck, created by reclaimed parts maestro Ken Swallow, incorporates a functional Linksys wireless router and USB network adapter with bits and pieces of old VCRs, laptops and desktops, cell phones, copper tubing, non-working hard drives, memory sticks, and, oh yeah fresh sand directly from Swallow's Floridian backyard. The final touch of apocalyptic geekery and lure for the sticky fingers of Jedediah? Old circuit boards cut into hubcaps.

Max Rockatansky's connectivity device of choice is a Linksys G, model number WUSB11. Truck measurements are 12" long x 7" tall x 5" wide.

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PirateBox DIY Anonymous Network

$35 from PirateBox »

For as little as $35--essentially the cost to procure a wireless router--PirateBox enables you to DIY an anonymous offline mobile file-sharing and communications system to trade movies and music, and chat with friends...

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Cube Laser Virtual Keyboard

$97.62 from Amazon »

Fat-fingered iPad and iPhone users rejoice! Celluon's EPIC Laser Virtual Keyboard, a 63-key QWERTY holograph, projects at full size onto any flat surface, lessening the tediousness of mobile texting and emailing, and...

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End of Days Customs Survival Rides

Discontinued

You want it, you got it. End of Days Customs will bust a move to transform any ride you want into a survivalist's dream and motorized beast ready to Mad Max its way into a post-apocalyptic world. Or just take you van...

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Electrical Storm Dual USB Power Adapter

$19.99 from Amazon »

This is what my mama always told me would happen inside my body if I stuck my finger in an electrical outlet. It actually looks pretty cool. If she hadn't also told me it would fry my brains like a skillet of bacon and...

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AIRTAME - Wireless HDMI Dongle

$299 from Amazon »

AIRTAME believes that "everyone should be able to show any content from any computer on any screen--wirelessly." Given that last time I tried to hook up my laptop to my friend Cornelius' TV to show him a slideshow from...

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Silent Pocket Privacy Protection Cases

$11.95 - $199.95 from Amazon »

There's alone time from your girlfriend. Peace and quite from your house full of kids. Solitude from the chaos and cacophony of daily life. But with all the unseeable signals encircling, identifying, tracking, and scanning...

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StormFly - PC for Your Wrist

A PC for your wrist. A Cloud bracelet. An unassuming, yet hi-tech piece of jewelry called StormFly. With a much bigger emphasis on the hi-tech than the jewelry part. The StormFly is a self-proclaimed Ludicrous Speed storage...

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goTenna Off-Grid Signal Generator

$149 from Amazon »

To keep it short, I guess you could say goTennas turn smartphones into really powerful walkie-talkies. Except more like walkie-texties. The self-contained signal generators require no cell towers, WiFi connectivity, or...

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Bell Rogue Helmet

$249.95 from Amazon »

They say Bell's Rogue motorcycle helmet looks kind of like a cross between Darth Vader and Mad Max. And even if you disagree, you can make the comparison true with a paint job and a few mods to the helmet's smooth, surface-rich...

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ezOutlet - IP-Enabled Remote Reboot Switch

$79.99 from Amazon »

Connect to to Pretty Fly for a WiFi. Connect. Connect! CONNECT!...

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Iridium Go Global Hotspot

A reliable satellite connection for voice and data communications anywhere in the world. 5,000 feet in the air. 500 miles offshore. Probably even in a box en route to Abu Dhabi, though that hasn't been confirmed as definite...

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T8X Robotic Spider

$499 - $749 from Robugtix »

I know. It's just a remote control spider, right? Fun for 5 minutes' worth of scaring Grandma, but otherwise unremarkable. And $499? Is that a joke?...