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Brilliant Transformer Pens

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It's quite simple: get one of these pens and you'll be the coolest kid in the office...sorry, we mean school. School.

These amazing creations change from a humble, if fairly blocky, writing implement into a fully-fledged transformer. Made by Sentinel, there will be three different varieties: Optimus Prime, Black Optimus Prime and White Ultra Magnus.

The first one will be released in Japan in September, with the other two following in October. Prices start at $35 (£21) and you can preorder them here.

(Images: Hobby Link Japan)

[via Nerd Approved]

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