Play Portal on your graphing calculator (and other things we didn’t cover)

Hey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but here's today's GeekBytes, so read it, maybe? Today, you can play Portal on a calculator, buy an extremely expensive Lego brick, and be a hipster in disguise with a practical Polaroid camera.

Most expensive Lego brick ever costs $14k, already sold [Brick Envy]

There are some expensive Lego kits out there (I’m looking at you, London Tower Bridge!), but none are anywhere near this solid 14k gold 2-by-4 brick, originally given to an employee after 25 years with the company. The brick weighs a respectable 25 grams, and it would set you back over $14,000—if it wasn’t for the fact someone already bought it, anyway. That would be one pretty amazing gift to open on Christmas, right?

Play Portal on a Graphing Calculator instead of doing work [Omnimaga]

If you're ever bored to tears in your calculus class, here's one way to keep yourself entertained—play Portal on your graphing calculator. A team of developers on Omnimaga figured out a way of getting the popular game onto the Texas Instruments Ti-83 and Ti-84 calculators. Just don't get caught goofing off. [via Gizmodo]

Get the best of both worlds with a One Mini camera [Carbon]

The One Mini camera looks like a Polaroid and it can print photos like a Polaroid, but it's also a 5 megapixel digital camera, complete with a MicroSD slot. For a sneaky edit to impress hipster friend, you can add retro effects on the go. [via Gizmodo]

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