This Frankenstein of a video game console has the body of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 mated to PlayStation 3 controllers. Strangely enough, it only runs Game Boy, Neo Geo, PS1 / PS2, and arcade games via emulators.
Google Android Speaker
Google Android fans rejoice! There’s a speaker designed just for you. Simply put, users slide a microSD card loaded with music into the device, and they’re ready to jam. Best of all, the under-neck LED lights synchronize with your music.
Xbox 360 PSP
Think of this gaming system as an Xbox 360 gone to the dark side…of Sony that is. It looks like a PSP, but “packs a 5-inch touchscreen, a 1GHz Cortex-A8 CPU, 720p camera, HDMI-out, and video playback compatibility for MP4, WMV, AVI, and much more.”
GPS Navigator Bicycle
Just when you thought GPS navigators couldn’t get anymore annoying, this company has created a bicycle based on the device, and it even comes with a full-sized keyboard to boot. We’re not quite sure what those three buttons do, but there’s a speaker in the back for turn-by-turn voice guidance.
iPhone 4S Nano Music Player
From afar and with no other objects in sight, this music player may appear to be an iPhone 4S Nano, but it’s actually just one of the weirdest knockoffs we seen. Yes, there’s even a home button, though no cameras have been spotted.