Brando USB Pedometer Good for Walkers, Rabbits, US Presidents

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It may not be as fancy as the Nike+iPod stuff, but this USB Pedometer can record your step data for three days and then upload it to your computer using a USB cable. The data then gets analyzed using the included software, telling you how many doughnuts you have to eat to compensate for all the calories you have burned. Specs after the jump.

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Illustration for article titled Brando USB Pedometer Good for Walkers, Rabbits, US Presidents
Illustration for article titled Brando USB Pedometer Good for Walkers, Rabbits, US Presidents
Illustration for article titled Brando USB Pedometer Good for Walkers, Rabbits, US Presidents

Specs

Pedometer displays steps taken to 999,999
Memory retains up to 3 days of step data between uploads
Upload your data to the interactive interface to chart your outcome
View calories burned and details on your daily activities
Exercise log
Calender feature
Event alarm
Personalize
Dimension: 5.5 x 5.5 x 2.2 cm
Weight:20g

System Requirements:
Microsoft Windows 2000, XP or higher
PC with Pentium 3 or compatible processor that operates at 1.5GHz or faster
Display adapter capable of 800 x 600 in 16 bit color
256MB of system RAM
200MB available hard disk space
CD-ROM drive
One available USB port

Package Contents:
USB Pedometer
USB Cable
Instructional manual
Software & Driver C

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It will be available in November for $17 and, as a bonus, it looks like a gun practice target —even if you don't walk, it's the perfect present for rabbits, ducks, presidents and any other animal. [Brando]

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Oneon1isto

oh my gosh, someone jokingly referenced presidential assassinations in a country that has had more than its historical fair share. I'm not going to throw out the tired free speech line, but this is akin to jokingly telling someone "I'm going to KILL you!" And did you ever figure maybe, just maybe it could also be a reference to his poor polling numbers and the fact that he's hated across the world? Strapping a target to yourself would be what we call irony, and that's the reference here. Like a rabbit strapping a target to itself. Hunted, get it?

Get off it, people.

The first thing I actually thought of when I saw it wasn't a target, but Captain America. And I don't even read comics. Go figure.