RRoD card

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Now we all know that a greeting card certainly cannot suffer from the dreaded Red Ring of Death (RRoD), but it surely gets the message across in a humorous manner. Chances are you’ll know of someone who owns an Xbox 360 that has already overheated after suffering from palpitations due to extended hours of Gears of War, hence the need for the RRoD card. This greeting card features red crystals on the front with comforting words inside (“May this card help console you during this difficult time. I am very sorry for your loss.”). It is on sale for $4 a pop.

Product Page via Slashgear

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More Mini Gadget Glyphs » Coolest Gadgets Says: October 17, 2007 at 6:28 am

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Owl Says: December 2, 2007 at 2:33 pm

…and yet, you say the PS3 still costs too much..

mine is worth every penny, esp when all I see on the web is people with thir problem or that problem. Sorry xbox fans, but you’re idiots. Anything that costs as much as an xbox or ps3 shouldn’t have to be treated like it’s a crystal vase so it won’t break on you.

PS3….where the RRoD is just a funny tale about how dumb the consumer population really is. all hail the 360! bwahahahahaahaa

neilfenstein Says: December 21, 2007 at 3:53 am

Owl, your comment is silly, anything that is as sophisticated as the 360 and the PS3 should be treated with care. Gone are the days when you had solid state 16bit systems that didn’t get very warm and could take a knock or two. If you spent £1000 on a gaming PC to run CoD4, as well as the 360 and PS3 can, you would not treat it like a toy. That respect is not carried over to the consoles. You sound like you shound own a TOY, shame the Wii is out of stock in most places!!!!

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