Geeks.com is selling the world’s first digital “e-plant”. What makes this a digital plant? This bean plant sprouts with binary “01001011” and “@” characters on its leaves. Not very exciting, but if you have an extra $3.99 to spare, this might be something cool for your desk.

“With the Genica e-plant, the leaves are fractal enabled and the stem comes with built-in feature creep. Buy multiple units and align them in series or parallel in order to activate the e-plants version of hyper-threading.”

Source: [TRFJ]

Geeks.com is selling the world’s first digital “e-plant”. What makes this a digital plant? This bean plant sprouts with binary “01001011” and “@” characters on its leaves. Not very exciting, but if you have an extra $3.99 to spare, this might be something cool for your desk.

“With the Genica e-plant, the leaves are fractal enabled and the stem comes with built-in feature creep. Buy multiple units and align them in series or parallel in order to activate the e-plants version of hyper-threading.”

Source: [TRFJ]