TASER’s oddball accessory

Feb. 25, 2008

A system that integrates access control and video systems? I get it. A software that can manage both locations of mobile responders and link in chemical threat detection? I can see the need, also. But a holster for your TASER gun that's in leopard print and which can store 150 mp3 songs? I just don't get it. Announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last month, "the 1GB TASER MPH (music player holster) allows for both personal protection and personal music for people on the go." Besides a leopard print design, you can also order it in "red-hot red" and "fashion pink." The models aren't designed for the law-enforcement issue TASER guns or the military-grade TASER guns, but the TASER MPH does fit one of the consumer-grade TASER guns (which have on occassion been used by security departments).

The moral of this product launch story? Rockin' While You're Shockin'.-Geoff


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