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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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Category Filter: COMPUTER PERIPHERALS (43)

  • Computer Peripherals
    • Brain Dream
        • Gaming device that allowed one to play games using their brain waves, which were detected by the device.
    • CCI
        • To save gunshot wound victim Ben Kohler, Dr. Jennifer Martinez implants her experimental brain–computer interface Cerebral Chip called the CCI2. Later, Dr. Martinez and Kohler realize that the CCI2 chip is communicating with a CCI chip from the first series of experimental surgeries. (Season 1 episode Living Hell)
    • CCI2
        • To save gunshot wound victim Ben Kohler, Dr. Jennifer Martinez implants her experimental brain–computer interface Cerebral Chip called the CCI2. (Season 1 episode Living Hell)
    • Dinatro RLR-7800 WreckSpex
        • Haptic visor Wade uses to interact with the OASIS. "The Visor drew the OASIS directly onto my retinas at the highest frame rate and resolution perceptible to the human eye"
    • Emanator
        • Device which allows the Joi hologram companion to escape her virtual self and experience mortal sensations.
    • Fujima Techtronics DH-950
        • New record added 7/31/2022
        • Reese's former partner Kara Stanton forces Reese and Mark Snow to retrieve an internal hard drive - model DH-950, made by Fujima Techtronics. NSA certified, made for government and military installations. (Season 2 episode Dead Reckoning)
    • Gamble-Tron 2000
        • Professor Frink's invention, a machine that predicts winning football teams. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
    • The Magic Broomstick
        • A computer processor that has the power to clear the contents of any computing system on the planet and then magically sweep them into your bin.
    • Ming Mecca
        • The classified computer chip that Marcy offers Max in exchange for his work.
    • NerveGear
        • A helmet that stimulates the user's five senses via their brain, used to play the virtual reality massively multiplayer online role-playing game Sword Art Online.
    • Neutron Space Modulator
        • Device Lisa mentions - the wishes she grants would last longer if Wyatt had one installed on his computer.
    • Okagami IdleHands Haptic Datagloves
        • State-of-the-art haptic gloves Wade wears to interact with the OASIS. Special tactile feedback pads covered both palms, allowing the gloves to create the illusion that I was touching objects and surfaces that didn't actually exist.
    • Okagami Runaround Omni-directional Treadmill
        • Moving base for Wade's haptic chair. Slogan: "No matter where you go, there you are"
    • The Platinum Chip
        • Data storage device with a program that can upgrade the Securitrons to a greater level of combat effectiveness.
    • RS2000
        • Satellite uplink device Josh uses to broadcast Norman Mart's sex video.
    • Sabre Printer
        • Sabre International, the company that buys Dunder Mifflin, specializes in printers. "Easiest to use printers in the market" (Episode Manager and the Salesman)
    • Sinatro OASIS Console
        • A top-of-the-line miniature OASIS console one of Wade's fellow IOI indents was caught concealing inside a prosthetic testicle. "Talk about balls."
    • Skintendo Joysuit
        • Nintendo-inspired action suit worn while playing the Lumbar Jackson video game.
    • X1000 Microprocessor
        • Globotech's technology that brings the Commando Elite and the Gorgonites to life.
    • XK-15 Processor
        • Computer processer that impresses Felicity at A.R.G.U.S. headquarters because it's not even supposed to exist yet. (Season 2)

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