'Frank Patches' Android Mini Available Through Dead Zebra, Costs $10

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Dead Zebra has posted up its latest Android Mini collectible for sale in time for Halloween, this one being Frank Patches. Priced at $10, Frank is an IT specialist, said to be ready to handle your “monstrous IT problems.”

The figure itself features real-metal bolts on its head, plus a mini patch cable. Overall, the details that went into the design of Frank are quite good, a worthy addition to your ever-growing Mini collection.

Shipping for Frank starts next week, meaning it may or may not arrive in time for your Halloween festivities, depending on your location.

Get one before they’re gone.

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