Doctor Who fans will be able to have their very own Tardis on their desktop thanks to UK online gadget shop

But rather than just do nothing, this £19.99 Tardis offers its user the chance to power up to 4 USB devices on your desktop.

Being something more than just a regular USB hub, every time you connect or disconnect a device, the blue light on the top of the Tardis flashes and that unmistakable de-materialisation "vworp, vworp" sound starts sawing away at your lugholes.

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