Nightmares driven by Twitter? The Charatter bear may be the cause
Twitter isn’t for everyone. Many pose questions to me daily about the service’s value and even after explaining why I spend the majority of my time on Twitter as opposed to Facebook, they still refuse to at least try Twitter.
For those on Twitter the product pictured above may be for you. It’s not for me, explained later. For those not on Twitter, and who question why one should use it, the product pictured above will steer them further from the site than they already are.
What is the cute little blue and white bear connected to an iPhone and what does it do? It’s a Charatter bear, an item that reads one’s Twitter stream in quite possibly the most annoying voice one could ever imagine.
WiZ, a Japanese toy manufacturer, has unleashed the cute and freakishly sounding little item to the masses for a mere $28 USD.
Depending on how many users one follows, I follow 532 individuals, the Charatter bear will read each and every incoming Tweet to you. By my count, I’m no math major mind you, that equates to hearing the nightmare-causing voice of the Charatter bear once every 8-12 seconds for as long as you have the little guy up and running.
Lest you think I’m being overly dramatic concerning the bear’s annoying nature, take a look at the video below and then let me know if you find it as frightening as I do, or if you’d purchase a Charatter bear for yourself or another.