10 Weird Products
A salute to the weirdest and wackiest products we've seen in recent months.
10 weird products
Clockwise from top: Medirelax RelaxOne massage chair, R2-D2 Projector, Laptop Comp Shade
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April 17, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

We here at ElectronicHouse.com strive to deliver need-to-know information about the latest and greatest tech products ... and then there are the products that make us pause, laugh and shoot soda out our noses.

It seems that these days, for every surround sound system, there’s an iPod toilet paper holder—and we love that.

Sure, most of the products included in this round-up aren’t must-haves (except for the BBQ trailer ... and the R2-D2 projector), but they break up our day-to-day. So here’s a slideshow salute to 10 of the weirdest, most wonderful, and possibly most useless products we’ve seen this year (so far—a future update is always possible).

If you’ve bought any weird products, don’t stash ‘em—show ‘em off by emailing us.

View the 10 Weird Products slideshow or jump to a specific product:

  1. Medirelax RelaxOne Massage Chair
  2. R2-D2 Projector
  3. Gadget Universe Home Theater Watch
  4. Goo Systems Screen Goo
  5. The Beer Pager
  6. David Klose BBQ Trailer
  7. MTI Stereo H2O Bathtub
  8. CalSpas FRP4300 Fireplace & iPod Dock
  9. MediaReady Blingplayer
  10. Theithelper.com’s Laptop Comp Shade
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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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