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  • Malayka Jackson

    Future coffe cup

  • Robert Haack

    Coffee Cup With Touchscreen and Wifi Capability--pretty cool! How about a beer mug version for those of us who don't drink coffee.

  • bernita washington

    The Web Cup! This a new invention and i think it is a really cool idea! Basically it is a cup for drinking hot or cold drinks in, and onthe side of the cup there is a medium sized screen which is basically like a ipod touch. You can go ont he internet on it etc and i think you can watch videos.

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