NEW PRODUCT – Transistor Man Shirt

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NEW PRODUCT – Transistor Man Shirt! Did you know that inside every transistor is a little man whose job it is to watch the incoming base current and adjust the collector-emitter impedance to match the datasheet? Its true! And now you can celebrate the hard-working guy with this fabulous Transistor Man tee shirt.

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The front of the shirt has the now legendary Transistor Man diagram from Horowitz & Hill’s “The Art of Electronics”.

Not only did we get a blessing to make these from Cambridge Press, we even got a scan of the original artwork transparency from Professor Hill! These are without a doubt, the coolest NPN shirts we’ve ever seen.

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These shirts are directly printed onto high quality American Apparel T’s. The women’s are 100% cotton, the men’s sizes are a 50/50 poly-cotton blend. We find these shirts to be a little more expensive than the common ‘Hanes’ T’s but they’re much more comfortable and better fitting — especially the women’s sizes! All shirts are black with white ink. Please check the links above to American Apparel for detailed fitting information.

In stock and shipping now!


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3 Comments

  1. Please please PLEASE tell me that you’ll have that in Men’s XL later on. 🙂

  2. i always thought that semiconductors had green jello and pixie dust inside…

  3. My transistor man appears to be a heavy smoker. Is that normal?

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