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Ultimate Scrabble Rack

Board and Tiles sold separately
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Someone said that the best way to find an anagram is to place the letters in a pyramid, and let your mind wander. Why, then are we stuck with linear Scrabble racks? The Ultimate Scrabble Rack would have 4 rows to allow the pryamid placement of letters, plus an LED "tile" in the middle of the rack which can scroll through letters, putting the open tiles on the board in your hand.
dbsousa, Sep 10 2003

Dry Erase Scrabble Tiles http://www.halfbake...20scrabble_20blanks
I had the idea for the rack earlier, but the LED annotation on this idea added to my concept enough to post and illustrate [dbsousa, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Wordblog http://everythinghu...epad.com/scrabblog/
Was Scrabblog but author didn't want lawsuit trouble. Practice your skills. [waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       or even a wheel. +1
po, Sep 10 2003
  

       ...with a built-in dictionary that automatically calculates the word with the highest score you can place on the board? mmm, I think the fun of searching words is gone then.
Valkyrie, Sep 10 2003
  

       [link] OXIDIZER covering two triples for 284 pts. YESSSS!!
grip, Sep 10 2003
  

       Oh. I thought this would be a bra with a scrabble board on it. Now THAT would be the ultimate Scrabble rack.
Eugene, Sep 10 2003
  

       Unless it was being worn by Roger Ebert.
DeathNinja, Sep 10 2003
  

       *shudder*
Detly, Sep 10 2003
  

       [aside] Do they happen to make T-shirts that have a rack of scrambled letters on them? (so a viewer has to unscramble them to read the message)?
phundug, Sep 11 2003
  

       I have seen t-shirts with velcro letters to make up your own slogans
po, Sep 11 2003
  
      
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