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Hal 9000

HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker

HAL 9000 Bluetooth Speaker
$419+  Pledge Link Comment

Master Replicas Group is making an officially licensed 1:1 scale prop replica of the face of 2001: A Space Odyssey‘s HAL 9000. The replica also doubles as a Bluetooth speaker. If you’re willing to pay extra, there’s a variant that comes with a voice-interactive wall-mounted console.

HAL 9000 USB Flash Drive

HAL 9000 USB Flash Drive
$65  Buy Comment

The evil computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey has been miniaturized and is ready to do your bidding. This 32GB USB 3.0 drive naturally has a red eye that lights up when it’s plugged in. It also comes with computer screen screensavers from the movie. Limited to 1,000 pieces.

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HAL 9000 Wall Clock

HAL 9000 Wall Clock
$31  Buy Comment

A simple, yet effective use of HAL 9000’s iconic red eye-light, printed as the face of an analog wall clock. While we wish it had an actual domed cover, the simulated reflections in the image provide an effective illusion of depth. Measures 10.25″ diameter x 2″ deep.

IRIS 9000

IRIS 9000
$60  Buy Link Comment

HAL 9000’s younger, better-looking little sister sits on your desktop, adding a speaker dock to your iPhone 4S and so you can bark orders at Siri from across the room. Though she might not obey.


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