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The Phantom Keystroker Delivers Co-worker Insanity

by bradiger   July 13, 2009 at 3:32PM  |  Views: 46

Is there a certain person at work who is long overdue for an extended session of frustration-induced cursing and keyboard smashing? We've got just the thing!

Okay kids, it's time to set phasers to "annoy." When properly deployed, the Phantom Keystroker will have your victim ready to gouge his own eyes out, as the gadget is designed to randomly perform mouse movements, toggle the caps lock, and type out odd garbage text and phrases at preset intervals.

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Switches on the side allow you to choose from three different methods of attack, or a mixture of all three, and an adjustment dial sets the duration between "events."

I'd wager that this is a case where "less is more" as the longer the duration between attacks, the less likely your hapless victim is to actually throw his or her computer out the window and raise Hell. Never know 'til you try! For 13 bucks, you can't really go wrong either way.

Source: ThinkGeek

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