Enter the exact time of your birth into the Fortune Ball, and it goes through its colorful permutations, using "computers" to tell your "fortune." This would be great for those occasions when a coin-flip just doesn't seem to be elaborate enough.
The device was invented by Dr. Ming Fang, whom we suspect is the proud holder of a doctorate in economics. One thing's certain: whoever plunks down the $112.68 for this will be less wealthy as soon as they place the order. There's also a high probability that those fortune-telling gadget buyers and the rest of their money will be soon parted. You heard it here first.