Holy “Dark Knight”-Themed Gadgets, Batman!
A few fun tie-ins for the upcoming summer movie include a digital camera, boombox and clock radio.
Batman Boombox
A trio of “Dark Knight” themed gadgets are coming before the movie hits theaters this summer.
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May 01, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

It’s hard to see a clock radio hanging from Batman’s utility belt.

That said, Digital Blue has teamed up with Warner Bros. to launch a bunch of Batman-themed electronics, just before “Dark Knight” mayhem hits this summer.

The Batman Clipt! Digital Camera ($19.99) hooks to your utility (or regular) belt, holding up to 40 photos. It also includes photo editing software, so you can insert yourself into superhero scenes or add bat ears to all of your friends. I smell a Christmas card in there somewhere.

Instead of waking with the sounds of weather reports and classic rock, the Batman Alarm Clock Radio ($19.99) allows you to blast the Bat-Signal. It’s also got an AM/FM tuner.

Finally, the funky Batman Boombox ($29.99) plays CDs and has an input line for MP3 player support. Other than that, it just allows you to rock out to your incredible geekiness.

Digital Blue’s Batman-inspired gear will swoop down on your wallet starting this May. Additional Batman products are expected later in the year.

“The Dark Knight” hits theaters on July 18. Click the slideshow for a peek at each product.

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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

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