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Crapgadget: 'money to burn' edition

Brian Heater
June 30, 2011
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Gadgets can radically alter our lives -- they can save us time and money and improve our health. And then there's the crapgadget, a breed of technology seemingly designed for little more than draining our already microscopic bank accounts. But hey, it's your money, and if you want to spend it on, say, an inflatable outdoor movie theater, a speaker shaped like a tiny bird, or a case for your iPhone with a terrifying fake beetle attached, that's your call. If you need us, however, we'll be recovering from our solo table tennis game by fanning ourselves off with our smartphone. Check out the latest craptastic roundup below, and be sure to vote for your (least) favorite.



Read - Hollywood gets even more full of hot air with an inflatable movie theater.
Read - Let your Apple fanboyism take a turn for the literal with this iPhone add-on.
Read - This pink iPhone bird speaker is for the...well, people who like pink iPhone bird speakers, we guess.
Read - Overwhelmed by the Wii's functionality? How about a game that just lets you play ping pong -- by yourself. So good we had to include it again.
Read - Want to have superheroic hearing while still looking like a dorky businessman? Only $19.95!
Read - Remember that thing we said about getting more Beatles on our iPhone? Yeah, well, not what we meant.%Poll-65911%






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