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03. 05. 2007

"Delete" your writing with the Tersumus Eraser


This has to be one of the cutest gifting ideas for a geek. The Tersumus eraser is a palm sized eraser in the shape of the "Delete" key on a computer keyboard. Designed by Daniil Rassadin and Alexander Malinovsky, the eraser supposedly lasts for years. I guess that should be true since I don't think its target audience would be too much into writing the old-fashioned way. However, it can live on as an excellent conversation piece, which I suspect is the primary motive of designing it in the first place.

Available starting in July 2007, but you can preorder it now for $8.82.

Via Fosfor Gadgets.

Posted by kanchana    Category: accessories
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