Our editors have compiled a list of five giant gadgets that won’t fit inside your room/dorm, or so we think. Which ones are your favorites?

World’s Largest NES

So you’ve seen the world’s largest NES controller, now check out this gigantic NES console. It measures “8 ft. wide, 3ft height, 3ft long, and weighs at least 400 pounds.”

He plans to use it as an entertainment center once it is complete and hopes this project of his will be worthy of the pages of Nintendo Power Magazine. His next step in this project is to obtain the proper NES logos for it and finish off a few minor details

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Giant iPod

MacDailyNews managed to snap a picture of the world’s largest iPod — strangely powered by an iPod Shuffle — located in Columbus, Ohio.

Visitors walking down Third St. have been gawking at this thing for the past couple of days. The 25 ft. iPod is attached to the side of the Unizan Bank building across from the state house. Not only does it look like an iPod, but it actually plays music!. We chose some of our favorite local musicians that had submitted songs to the online jukebox and we added them to the ipod playlist

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World’s Largest Etch-A-Sketch

A video clip of the “World’s Largest Etch-A-Sketch” has now surfaced. Just a quick refresher, SIGGRAPH 2006 members (3,000+) in attendance controlled this device using “two-sided paddles that signaled sensor cameras, letting one side of the audience control the right knob and the other side control the left knob.

World’s Largest HDTV

PinkTentacle has uncovered a video clip of an “athletic reporter sprinting from one end of the 2,651-inch monster to the other (in 12.8 seconds).”

The screen employs Mitsubishi’s Aurora Vision LED technology and measures 11.2 meters (37 feet) x 66.4 meters (218 feet), giving it a surface area of 744 square meters (8,000+ square feet), or the equivalent of 3 tennis court. You’d have to stack 1,550 32-inch TVs to match the size of this screen

Giant NES Controller

Incredibly enough, the world’s largest functional NES controller cost only $400 to build and made its debut on G4’s Attack of the Show.

We mounted the small NES controller inside the big one and ran the regular NES controller cable out to the actual NES unit

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