Gaming

Ideazon Gaming Keyboard, Feel The Butterfly!

Ideazon might not be a “well-known” name in the tech macro world, but heavy gamers (and by heavy I don’t mean obese) might know them from their Zboards which come with custom key placement for specific games. Though for those who would rather not have to buy a new layout everytime they bought a new game, Ideazon also offers a ...

Read More »

Don’t get lost again with PSP GPS

The GPS Receiver for the PSP will launch Thursday in Japan, for a price of $60. Why do you want GPS on your PSP? Because you keep getting lost walking aimlessly around the world while playing your PSP, of course! Wait, you don’t get lost walking around the world? Well, then you could Geocache! Have fun playing your PSP while ...

Read More »

MadCatz Wii component cable

It’s a sad day when we have to report that a third party is manufacturing component cables. MadCatz has started making its own component cables for the Wii, a timely response for the Nintendo shortage. Right after the Wii launch here in America, Nintendo reported that it had sold all of its component cables, a necessary accessory for a console ...

Read More »

The perfect gamers case is created

Take a good look at that picture. Let it all soak in. Mmm yeah, that’s good. This homemade rack (which you too can create with enough time) has a DVD player, a cable box, a PS3, an XBox 360, a Wii, an XBox, and a TiVo shelved down its center. It even has a custom LED computer cooling fan on ...

Read More »

Wiimote wrist strap protection

Don’t worry, this review is for you to help that member of the family you know will be the next one who broke their TV with the Wiimote. The one who’s hands are always sweaty for no reason, the one who stares at the screen when its blank, the one who just finished with their fan fiction story about Mario’s ...

Read More »

Playstation games officially released for PSP download

With PS3 riots still running wild, Sony has officially released downloads of PS1 games for the PSP. While this new addition to the Playstation brand won’t cause the need for riot police like other past launches, the integration of all of the Playstation consoles is proving itself to be a very impressive and smooth integration, aside from a few snags ...

Read More »

Pantech IM-R110 Cellphone, Swivel What Your Momma Gave You

One thing I’ve learned from watching The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through my childhood, was the phrase “if you have it, flaunt it”. Much like Carlton and his crazy swiveling hip dance, the Pantech IM-R110 (another Korean made mobile) adds a crazy swivel screen to it’s crazy t-shaped body. Along with it’s love it or hate it design, comes the ...

Read More »

Xbox 360 – One-Handed!

Ben Heck (he of console laptop fame) has designed and built a one-handed Xbox 360 controller for an injured Iraq war veteran. Most of the controls are on the underside, including the A, B, X, and Y buttons, the right analog stick, and both triggers (the left trigger is operated via the index finger, the right via the pinky).   ...

Read More »

Homemade Wii Joystick Looks Familiar

This apparently homemade Wii joystick makes you wonder. Why is it so much bigger than the console it’s attached to? You could argue that the creator was trying to emulate the feel of an arcade game cabinet, but to us, it looks awfully similar, in both size and design, to the Dreamcast Arcade Stick joystick controller. It has the same ...

Read More »

Samsung SCH-B550 brings 3D graphics to mobile

While we’ve all seen mobile’s that look more sleek and flashy, Samsung’s SCH-B550 smartphone is one piece of gear that packs a shit-load of power, into a tiny package. The B550 comes equipped with the usual features of a recently produced Asian cellphone. You got your MP3 player. You’ve got your 2 megapixel camera for any upskirt opportunities that might ...

Read More »
Casinoble