Sometimes, you wish you could get access to shaky, variable quality information about just about any topic. it’s times like these that we usually turn to the internet–but what if we’re away from the wireless internet or what have you?
That’s where the WikiReader device comes in. It’s powered by two AAA batteries that are estimated to last a full year in this device, and comes with a monochrome touchscreen so you can scroll and track things.
I admit, it’s probably pretty cool to have access to three million articles worth of Wikipedia, especially wherever you happen to be at the time. Updates are delivered on a quarterly basis, and you can also get a microSD card option added to your WikiReader for just an extra $29 a year. It will probably do horrible things to barroom trivia contests–NTN is probably freaking out and wetting itself as we speak–but the idea is still plenty cool.
The base unit itself costs $99, and will be available on Amazon on the order of Real Soon Now.