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Hand Job

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With the proliferation of touch interfaces, particularly for gaming devices, the time has come for a new level of automation that will spare your hands.

Introducing Hand Job, the personal assistant robot, in the shape of a human hand, and fully equipped with warm fingers capable of registering touches on a variety of touch screen devices -- and fully programmable to perform in the requested pattern -- optionally equipped with an optical AI capable of following on screen instructions.

Whether you use it advance in tap-tap games, or to nearly guarantee a win in Cube, we're confident that a Hand Job is the right product for you!

theircompetitor, Nov 23 2012

Inspired by Cube: Curiosity http://en.wikipedia..._Inside_the_Cube%3F
[theircompetitor, Nov 23 2012]

Our previous best sellers Curb_20Side_20Blow_20Job
[theircompetitor, Nov 23 2012]

Thing http://en.wikipedia...(The_Addams_Family)
No well-staffed home should be without one … [8th of 7, Nov 23 2012]

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       Better than a blow job? (God someone else was thinking that, I hope).
blissmiss, Nov 23 2012
  

       I was thinking along those lines, if not on the same track.
Alterother, Nov 23 2012
  

       blowing on a touch screen device is unlikely to produce useful results, though it can be helpful prior to polishing it.   

       The idea, however, was inspired by the rather robotic activity required by the Cube (as described in the link), and the likening of such activity to other similar activities.
theircompetitor, Nov 23 2012
  

       "Thing" ?   

       <link>
8th of 7, Nov 23 2012
  
      
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