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USB Finger Dance Mat - DDR For Your Hands

Why should your feet get to have all the fun when it comes to dancing? USB Finger Dance mat offers all the DDR fun for your hands, and for an extra geeky flair, it can be plugged in to a USB port at your computer.

I happen to be the woman that's been beaten by a 9-year old at the regular DDR game so I think exercising my other digits might be a constructive way for me to start my training. The gadget sells for UK£ 9.99 (about $20 USD), but is currently sold out. I'll keep you posted, because this one is in the running to make my Top 10 USB devices list.

Do you know of a wacky USB gadget you think geeksugar readers will like? To learn how to post photos of your favorite gadgets in the group,

I know that this long list looks scary, but trust me, once you get the hang of it, it'll be a snap the second time around.

  1. First of all, join the My Favorite Gadgets group
  2. Click "Create and Share!" on the left hand side
  3. Choose "Blog"
  4. Give your photo a Title
  5. Leave the category as "general"
  6. Change the channel to "technology and gadgets"
  7. Add keyword(s) (for example mine for this photo was "My Favorite Gadgets")
  8. Click on the "Add Image" link below the "body" box
  9. A popup window will happen - click on "Browse" to find your image on your computer
  10. Once you have the image chosen, click "Submit"
  11. The popup will show you your image, choose size: "normal" - if you want, you can give it a title (which will show up as a caption)
  12. Click "Insert" and the popup will go away
  13. Your "body" box will now have some text in it. Leave it as is. If you want to add some text before the picture, do it before the code that has appeared.
  14. Click Submit

So join the My Favorite Gadgets group and start posting your great photos! Yours just might end up on the geeksugar homepage!

Join The Conversation
a-gentle-rain a-gentle-rain 10 years
Isn't the whole point of DDR to get off your lazy butt and get a workout while gaming? I think the whole fun is the jumpin around aspect of it. With your fingers, you have better control and it is easier to get a good score. A game's not really fun if you can master it right away, right?
kscincotta kscincotta 10 years
So, it's DDR for people who are lazy. Just what gamers need - less reason to stand up and move around.
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