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It's been a relatively quiet news week by today's standards -- which, hurray! But also, it's kinda boring -- which, aw! Luckily we have cool deals on gadgets in the Cracked Shop to keep our dopamine receptors maxed out and buzzing. Here are the highlights.
Drinking coffee out of a normal mug is for chumps. The NASA space mug is designed to specifically recreate the sensation of traveling through space, just by gripping its shiny exterior. It also includes a notebook, so you can write about how totally in space you are.
Normally $59.98, you can grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $54.99.
Remember when your WiFi range was limited by one router? What an awkward and apocalyptic time. Thank the alien overlords watching over from above that we have these cool range extenders, that allow you to access the internet from far outside the reach of what you originally thought was possible.
Normally $59.99, you can pick up yours in the Cracked Shop for just $24.99.
This refurbished laptop has all the things expected of a great laptop: an incredibly useful dual-core 1.7 Hz CPU cache, a 16 GB hard drive, and of course, a full keyboard that you can furiously type on while writing your genius screenplay, your crummy screenplay, or something to impress somebody who is studiously judging your typing skills.
Normally $599, you can pick up yours in the Cracked Shop for just $99.99.
It doesn't matter what you want to charge -- this pad can make sure your phone, watch, and headphones are so juiced up that you'll be surrounded by your own energy bubble a la Static Shock. (Disclaimer: No you won't, but it's still cool ... like Static Shock.)
Normally $149.99, you can grab yours in the Cracked Shop for 70% off, which is just $44.99.
Robots and children have one thing in common: They both eventually try to murder their creators and take over the world. Except for this robot. It just lets you program.
Normally $112.50, pick up yours in the Cracked Shop for just $99.99 right now.
We're all about the charging cases here, because why not be efficient with your space? Protect your earbuds and charge them too with the Brio Phantom X7. It has eight hours of playtime on just 20 minutes of battery life -- and oh, by the way, it looks freaking rad.
Normally $189.95, grab yours in the Cracked Shop for just $74.99.
This tablet is family-oriented, with the option for different people to open their own accounts and explore whatever weird internet stuff they're into without it affecting the algorithms adjusting for mom's browsing habits. Normally $329, you can buy yours in the Cracked Shop for just $104.99 (that's 68% off).
"Look at me, I can score sweet pics on my cellphone without any attachments," says the fool with the blurry Instagram photos and a glaring lack of followers. Here you get a Bluetooth remote, a selfie light, a zoom lens, and macro photo capabilities that can transform mundane photography skills into the finest work the internet has ever seen.
This $129.95 bundle can be yours in the Cracked Shop for just $24.99.
A CBD vaporizer will let you absorb all of those helpful chemicals without having to explain to anyone that CBD isn't a mind-altering substance. Because let's be honest, sometimes you just want relief without the political argument.
These laptops are so thin and durable that you could probably use one to pry open a window after you've been locked out of your house. But also, please don't use your newly purchased laptop to pry open any windows. Just remember your keys next time. With 128 GB of sturdy flash storage, 4 GB of RAM, and an untold number of strange secrets, this is the computer for anyone who loves saving money without losing performance. Normally $999, you can get this Refurbished Apple MacBook Air for an absolute steal at $429.
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