10 totally ridiculous combo gadgets

From a combo taser/MP3 player to a computer mouse/VoIP phone, these Frankengadgets never should have seen the light of day.

The Rear-View LCD Screen



Do you get bored easily while driving? You can raise your road distraction quotient to a whole new level by replacing your rear-view mirror with a the Rear-view Monitor. This model from Velex Technology Limited supports up to three video sources. Of course, you could connect the monitor to a rear-mounted camera for safer parking with one of them, but what are you supposed to do with the other two? Sounds like the dangling wires from your Rear-view Monitor will be the least of your troubles.

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