How to predict the weather of your cubicle via USB

Are you slightly obsessive-compulsive about your machine? Maybe worried that humidity or temperature might wreak havoc on its CPU?

Brando USB Hygro-ThermometerAre you slightly obsessive-compulsive about your machine? Maybe worried that humidity or temperature might wreak havoc on its CPU? Is Weather.com your home page?

In another innovative use of a USB port, Brando has re-jiggered its USB Thermometer to add the ability to measure humidity, too. (Seems like just the thing to get IT excited.)

The eight gram USB Hygro-Thermometer has a temperature range from -40°C to 120°C and can measure humidity from 0 to 100%. For the truly compulsive, the temperature can be captured as quickly as every second (or as long as 12 hours). Once the numbers are captured, the data can be pasted to Microsoft Word or Excel.

All this for $24. And this little wonderstick won't look nearly as bad as that clunky multifunction Casio watch you've been wearing all these years. Windows XP/Vista only. (Kudos to Geek Alerts for spotting this one).

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