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  • - Electronic yodeling pickle.

  • Hey, guys, this is Austin.

  • And welcome to yet another

  • Ken Torments Me with Terrible Products video.

  • This time we are apparently looking at pickles.

  • (chuckles)

  • Electronic yodeling pickle.

  • Yodel-a-he-ooo, says the pickle.

  • Should I ask how much this was?

  • - [Ken] Eleven.

  • - Eleven dollars.

  • Much better than I was expecting.

  • All right,

  • let's see what we get with our accoutrements pickle.

  • This is a very detailed looking pickle.

  • (pickle yodeling)

  • (yodeling continues)

  • (out of tune yodeling)

  • The Odin Serafim, world's first projection mouse?

  • Ken, you do realize that I actually had ordered

  • one of these already, right?

  • Not even kidding.

  • This is actually a product that I wanted to do

  • a video on anyway.

  • How much was this?

  • - [Ken] Sixty nine dollars.

  • - Seventy bucks.

  • Oh, I'm sorry.

  • (clears throat)

  • Sixty nine dollars.

  • I have to be very correct on my pricing here.

  • I've got to say, after the last one where I was wearing a

  • pink suit at this point in the video,

  • much happier with my laser mouse.

  • Oh!

  • It totally works, look at this.

  • So, if I swipe with it, it is totally plausible.

  • It's like, click, whoa.

  • That actually kind of works.

  • I mean it's not the greatest tracking surface in the world,

  • but that's a laser mouse.

  • Well, I think, more specifically, a laser track pad.

  • But still, that actually is really cool.

  • You know what, if I actually move a little bit

  • more quickly with this, it's pretty responsive.

  • I mean, it's a little bit inaccurate, I think.

  • But, I mean, that doesn't feel terrible.

  • Oh, even tap-to-click works.

  • Dude, this is like a legitimate track pad,

  • that just happens to be a laser.

  • Next item, please.

  • You did not.

  • So, for those who are not in the know,

  • a little while ago, this Supermario puzzle came out.

  • And what was so special about it,

  • is that it's basically all red.

  • It's basically impossible to actually put together.

  • Puzzles are educational, challenging and fun.

  • Yeah.

  • Challenging and fun when it's literally

  • impossible to put together.

  • Oh, boy.

  • That's quite the bag.

  • So, with a thousand pieces on board,

  • you know that this is going to be a fun time for all ages.

  • Look at these pieces.

  • They are all the exact same,

  • they just have a little bit of a texture on them.

  • Why, why would anyone want to do this?

  • I honestly think that this is the extent of

  • how much this puzzle is going to be put together.

  • All right, moving on.

  • All right, I'm afraid to ask.

  • What's next?

  • The BlackBerry Leap?

  • How much was this?

  • - [Ken] Seventy five.

  • - Seventy five dollars for a BlackBerry.

  • OK.

  • Not exactly what I expected.

  • Starting BlackBerry 10 OS.

  • OK, so it's actually a legit, original BlackBerry.

  • I mean, the hardware is not bad,

  • I kind of like the sort of rubberized finish on the back.

  • It's got a headphone jack.

  • Hard to argue with that.

  • That's a rare commodity these days.

  • Well, a pretty impressive eight megapixel

  • auto focus camera on the back.

  • I've got to say, those bezels are straight out of 2015.

  • Man, that looks very bizarre these days.

  • So, we are now inside BlackBerry 10 OS.

  • And I will say, this actually has aged pretty well.

  • I mean, sure, the app support is,

  • well, minimal at this point.

  • But the actual sort of interface,

  • how smooth everything is,

  • it actually doesn't feel too far behind.

  • If only, you know, Android wasn't a thing.

  • But of course, with an eight megapixel camera,

  • we're probably dealing with some crispy images.

  • Wow, that's a lot of shutter lag.

  • Actually, you know what, that's not that bad.

  • Alright, the real test is going to be the selfie though.

  • Oh, it's a little bit colorful, but I'll give that a pass.

  • I'm curious, do you know how much this was

  • when it was brand new?

  • Two hundred seventy five dollars.

  • Well, if you look at it like that,

  • this is a relative bargain at only $75 today.

  • Of course, you're going to have to deal

  • with BlackBerry 10 OS which is basically dead.

  • But, I mean, besides that.

  • The Edifier P841

  • All right, it's been a while since I've taken

  • a look at a new pair of headphones.

  • This actually looks like a kind of reasonable

  • and not stupid thing to take a look at.

  • Well, at first glance,

  • they're actually a little lightweight,

  • maybe a little more lightweight than I would like.

  • But, of course, that's not the only thing that matters,

  • certain headphones will put weights in their headphones

  • just to make them feel more hefty.

  • They pass the Hotel California test.

  • Now, the sound stage isn't exactly super wide,

  • which isn't really a big surprise.

  • And there is not a ton of clarity there.

  • There is definitely a little bit more bass

  • than I would like, but they sound decent.

  • For $65 though, I would probably lean

  • towards the Status CB-1s, which,

  • if you guys have watched my videos, you know that

  • I have recommended many, many times.

  • I'm excited.

  • What do we have?

  • Printoss?

  • This is very Japanese.

  • Ken, did you get this is Japan?

  • So, the entire box is basically in Japanese.

  • It looks like something that you put your phone in

  • and then a picture comes out, maybe?

  • I'm very confused.

  • I'm just thinking, in my head right now, right?

  • At what point would I want to scan my screen and

  • print it versus just transfer a photo to a printer?

  • I'm not going to think about it.

  • I'm just gonna see if this thing works.

  • Wait, wait, wait, wait.

  • This isn't a scanner.

  • This has actual film inside, doesn't it?

  • - [Ken] Instax

  • - It has actual Instax film inside?

  • Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.

  • So, you put your phone on here.

  • You take a picture of the screen and it will print out

  • on Instax film, I guess.

  • So, it's not even a printer,

  • its just camera that takes pictures of your phone screen.

  • One pack of minion-themed Instax film later.

  • Let's see if we can get this thing to work.

  • Look at this.

  • That looks much more realistic and reasonable.

  • The real test is, what am I going to print?

  • All right, here goes nothing.

  • (click)

  • Is that it?

  • Oh yeah, there we go.

  • It's blank right now, that's fine.

  • Just let it bake here for a second.

  • Develop is what the cool kids call it.

  • And hopefully, we'll see a picture of something.

  • You know what?

  • That's actually not that bad.

  • Yeah, it's Instax, so it's not going to look

  • quite as crystal clear as this

  • wonderful pixel photo that I have here.

  • One thing I will say is,

  • even though they say to crank your phone up

  • to max brightness,

  • especially if you have a newer Smartphone,

  • it might be a little too much.

  • I'm going to bring it down just a

  • little bit for the next one.

  • All right, shot number two.

  • (cheering and booing)

  • This is obviously a toy.

  • It's not like some super high end printer.

  • But I will say, it's kind of cool.

  • Stuff like Instax is really fun anyway.

  • And the idea that you can print photos on your phone

  • instead of just taking shots on a camera

  • and hoping it works.

  • I can see this being something

  • that a lot of people could be into.

  • So, as always, links to check out all the stuff,

  • including the Printoss will be in the description.

  • And I'm curious,

  • what do you guys think about Ken's picks on this one?

  • I gotta say, I'm not in a bunny suit,

  • so I'm not complaining.

  • But anyway, let me know what you guys think

  • in the comments below and I will catch you on the next one.

- Electronic yodeling pickle.

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