Tag Archives: peripherals

Buffalo’s 8x Blu-ray Recorder

So you’re like Ryan and have a 50GB+ porn collection and you need to back it up, eh? You don’t own a file server and that’s not really up your alley, so that’s out. You’d burn it to a DVD except it’d take about a month before you finished. Simply deleting it isn’t an option. So what are you left ...

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Yes, They Still Print Tiger Beat Magazine

Remember the days when everyone would compile mix tapes of their favorite NKOTB or M.C. Hammer tracks onto cassette? Bet they didn’t know that all those expensive cassettes would one day be melted down and turned into a skeleton. Vintage media sharing is making a come back. Instill nostalgia (maybe even doubt) with this Mix Tape USB Stick. It’s like ...

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Oxygen Bag Gets Me Light Headed

When it comes to climbing, backpacks are an important part of your apparel. They carry all of your food, equipment and in some rare instances something beneficially misplaced. That’s where the O2 Bag comes in. The Japanese adventure supply company, Ymup has equipped this ordinary backpack with a battery-powered oxygen generator, making those ascents into thin-air environments all the more ...

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Mszunefan Calls It Quits, Regrets Zune Tattoos

You’ve gotta be one fat fucking loser to want to tattoo “Wel-come to the social” on your shoulder. It looks like some five-year old tattoo artist did it, or at least thought up the idea. It’s bad enough it’s the Zune slogan, but even worse: it’s a terrible slogan. Considering no one bought the Zune except this guy and four ...

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Nintendo Screws Third-Party Developers

Remember the Wii MotionPlus, the gimmicky accessory that attaches to the end of the Wiimote to more quickly and accurately reflect motions in a 3-D space?” It turns out Nintendo is getting some bad recognition regarding their lack of disclosure involving the accessory and third-party developers. When third-party developers were asked of their opinions of the accessory, they all seemed ...

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Acrylic Cowboy Is As Straight As The Marlboro Man

Seems acrylic bongs weren’t enough. Now acrylic case mods are all the rage. Of course, this also makes your computer easily modifiable and upgradeable because everything isn’t packed away in some wheel of cheese. Adding and removing cards, memory and storage has never been easier. The acrylic cases were designed by Digital Cowboy who are calling it the Acrylic Cowboy. ...

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Optimus Pultius: The Numpad Of Maximus Keyboards

Can’t afford an Optimus Maximus? Don’t feel bad, I can’t either. And anyone who can afford it didn’t get rich buying $1600 keyboards. Art Lebedev has announced a numpad-like keypad called the Optimus Pultius. The keyboard comes packed with 15 OLED keys, an SD card slot and a USB hub. It’ll look great alongside the Maximus you don’t own or ...

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Unlock Your iPhone 3G For $17

Gear Diary stumbled upon a SIM Card attachment that will unlock your iPhone 3G by piggybacking onto your current SIM. This hardware-based method of unlocking fools the phone into thinking it’s a special “test mode” SIM, thus allowing any GSM carrier to access your iPhone 3G. To boot, it won’t void your warranty since it’s a removable hardware method. iPhone ...

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KAWS x John Mayer Guitar Picks

Looks like artist KAWS is up to his dirty tricks again. And by dirty tricks, I mean creative works of art. This time around, it’s a set of uniquely designed guitar picks that were made in collaboration with guitarist John Mayer. Each pick is signed and dated by both KAWS and Mayer and won’t be available to the general public. ...

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Peak Releases New Full-Size Guitar Hero Controller

You’ll never look cool playing on those plastic guitars from Red Octane that feel like they were designed for a gnome. It’s a good thing Peak is releasing these full-size wood guitars for the PS2 and PS3. Sorry, Wii and 360 rockers, looks like you’ll be playing the world’s smallest violin. Both Guitar Hero and Rock Band are compatible with ...

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