Post a the most obsecure tech item you know of.
Blue Memory Card for the PlayStation debugging station model # DTL-H1000.
The original blue PlayStation is rare in itself, and even more rare is the blue SCPH-1000 controller that came with the earliest kits.
But the most obscure bit of PlayStation hardware you will ever find is the blue Memory Card that was included in these kits. This is the only auction I've ever heard of for one. But they exist because they are listed on the item sheet.
Most of them were probably carried off by developers because they looked cool, never to be seen by the public again.
The guts of a surround sound box that we bought back in 2007, which I believe was sony.
I opened it up after it "died" and the little shit had like 5 daughter boards layered like wafers around the whole things. One of the boards was nothing but capacitors laid out like a minefield, just waiting for someone to shock the shit out of themselves opening the damn thing up.
After seeing the horror I threw it away, fuck that.
its a felony to posess one let alone to use one, by asking you show intent. prepare your angus.
Are you fucking for real, you pleb fag? A raspberry pi is the most "obscure" tech thing you can think of?
get on my level. GET. ON. MY. LEVEEELL.
Pic related. It's just a taste. The keysweeper. Some CIA-tier shit that can sniff any microsoft wireless keyboard within wireless range. and this shit plugs into a wall socket, looks and functions just like a USB charger, and has been used in the field already to gather crucial intel from hostile environments.
KeySweeper is a stealthy Arduino-based device, camouflaged as a functioning USB wall charger, that wirelessly and passively sniffs, decrypts, logs and reports back (over GSM) all keystrokes from any Microsoft wireless keyboard in the vicinity.
All keystrokes are logged online and locally. SMS alerts are sent upon trigger words, usernames or URLs, exposing passwords. If unplugged, KeySweeper continues to operate using its internal battery and auto-recharges upon repowering. A web based tool allows live keystroke monitoring.
f you i want it for signal propagation testing within shielded enviornments which is a perfectly legitimate use on my personal property as long as the signal does not interfere with anything outside my property lines
This shouldn't be a problem since I wrapped my entire house in aluminium foil.
I dont suppose many of you were alive in the 80s to remember this.
This thing looks fucking weird
Come on and try, took pic at work.
if u dont think thats the tightest lokin shit den get outof my face
i don't know how it works.. it's just magic
>sprays an electrical with water
>0 fucks given
Jesus christ this guy is fucking hilarious.
It's a work of art. You could input any reasonably widespread digital audio signal (Dolby, DTS, etc) and output it to plain analog.
I have no idea why Creative stopped making this. I need one but it's rare and anyone selling it is asking for a daylight robbery.
I got one from the early 2000s but I never used it anymore after testing the first time, now is completely obsolete considering there're better USB devices with integrated receiver.
you must be new to technology in general
and later on one of these. It had a pretty decent micro-controller.
>but it certainly isn't only a CIA tool
The dude that made it works for NSA
I'm glad he picked up his videos again after being butthurt others plagiarized his ideas. Not many people have equipment at home that can blow the fuses at your local substation.