Granted, there might be a practical use for scanning the barcodes of your goods – for insurance values perhaps – but it’s got to be a sign that you’ve got a little too much time on your hands. But if time is plentiful, this can scan up to 150 barcodes before downloading them to your computer.
And there’s even software to manage your wine collection, home inventory, groceries, books, CDs, DVDs and comics. If that sounds like a great weekend to you, it can picked up for $299.99 (around £150).
Find out more at the ThinkGeek website