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Monday, 23 April 2007 11:37

10 cool gadgets banned in the US

Written by test1

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Or hard to get in the USA


Autopartsplace
website has made a list of 10 cool gadgets that are "too strange" for USA market. They are not banned as the author said in his title, but they are sometimes really hard to find. Seems like some marketing expert thought that US users won't buy these gadgets, but we must admit there are some interesting toys on the list.


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Seems like US is really loosing the technology and creative edge, letting the creativity sink behind ideas that are a safer bet. OK, some of these items are only for Japanese techno-junkies, but the VAIO models look interesting. Looks like the US customers think that "creative techno gadgets" are "very strange and useless things".

Browse through the list here.

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