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Maintain your geek cred with these scifi-themed computer components

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Just because you're at work doesn't mean you have to stop obsessing over science fiction. Here are a few devices that will let you use your machines in the dorkiest way possible.

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The Dalek Desk Defender for the maximum security

The Dalek has a motion sensor to detect the unwanted people around the computer. If anyone comes too close, these will issue really frightening warnings. Our favourite is the "Exterminate!", of course.

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Magic Cube Projection Keyboard and Multi-Touch Mouse

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The Communicator from the Star Trek:Original Series as a VOIP Phone

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Star Trek Enterprise webcam

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IRIS 9000 for controlling your iPhone and Siri

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Flash Rod DeLorean Time Machine

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Star Trek Mimobot USB drives

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Bonus: Levitating TARDIS

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flyfunner5
flyfunner5

Like 10 years ago Burger King had promotional happy meal toys for Star Wars Ep. I

It was the chrome ship and it was similar to the TARDIS in that it was levitating, but it rested in a curved box so there was no need for a magnet at the top. I have yet to find a levitating desk toy as nice as that.

The ship