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Yes! It's the all-out nuclear war USB hub!

Bad day at work? Then destroy the planet

Remote control for virtualized desktops

Had enough of being beaten into the submission by other USB Missile Launcher-wielding workmates? Just had a bad day with the boss? Then it's time to fall back on the ultimate sanction: the USB nuclear armageddon button. One push and... boom.

usb nuclear button hub

The unit - which conveniently doubles up as a four-port USB hub during peacetime - is equipped with a launch key, suitably military-looking toggle switches and, of course, the big red button, tucked under a protective flap to avoid an accidental apocalypse.

Should the balloon go up, however, and the button is pushed, the unit beeps out your four-minute warning to reach suitable shelter before... the end.

usb nuclear button hub

The USB nuclear control goes on sale in Japan later this month for a mere ¥5,250 ($45/£25/€36) here. ®

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