If the idea of going to jail doesn't bother you and you are looking for some free broadband, then The Slurpr is the must-have device for you.
Invented by the Dutch hacker, Mark Hoekstra and his partner Boris, The Slurpr was created as a WiFi router access point that aggregates up to six unprotected 54Mbps WiFi channels into one "free" connection. While this may not fly in most countries, what will definitely not fly in any country is the inclusion of a feature that allows the user to crack 64/128-bit WEP.
If you have the cajones to risk the jail time, you can pre-order the unit on Hoekstra's website, GeekTechinique.org. The Slurpr definitely doesn't suck, but the $1,347 price tag sure does.