Gaming gear

You don't have a game room at your house, and your spouse won't let you replace the dining table with a foosball table.  What to do?  Well, you could buy the Kartoni Foosball Table.  It's made of cardboard with sustainable wood rods; it needs assembly, but you won't need tools, glue, or screws.  The Kartoni… Read More

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Razer has been known for years for their gaming peripherals. However, at CES 2013, Razer debuted something completely different: the Razer Edge gaming system. Designed specifically for PC gamers, the Razer Edge is a tablet that is capable of playing the latest PC games. It runs Windows 8, which means you get a fully-functioning 10-inch… Read More

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Posted in: Gaming Gear, News, Tablets, Ultra Portables

As a gamer, I can appreciate what vibrations can add to the gaming experience. In hand, a vibration to the game controller can alert me I've been shot (or am the one shooting), simulate a crash, or imply a massive object moving towards me.  This feature is commonplace in gaming vests and chairs, but how… Read More

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ROCCAT says their Savu gaming mouse is "a competition device that 'fusion welds' an ideal blend of performance and customizable features into a robust, perfectly-balanced, medium-sized design."  The Savu optical mouse has a Pro Optic sensor that delivers up to 4000 dpi, and the "latest R3 sensor also delivers lag-free gaming without any interpolation and… Read More

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Posted in: Computer Gear, Gaming Gear, Laptops and Gear, News

A couple of days ago, we told you about the new Sony PlayStation Vita.  Gaming gear can take a lot of abuse, and Decal Girl is ready with some skins to protect your Vita.  Decal Girl skins are made of premium automotive-grade cast vinyl; the adhesive resists the formation of air bubbles during application and… Read More

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The dual-screen Kyocera Echo didn't have much success in the market, and Nokia abandoned the split keyboard design they had with the Nokia e70 and the Nokia 6800 family. Unlike the Echo and the e70, the DoublePlay from LG, exclusively available from T-Mobile, will have a 3.5'' main display and a split sliding keyboard with 2'' display. The 2''… Read More

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The motion-sensing Wizard Stick from Genius connects wirelessly with your PC (USB connector included) and lets you play games using more realistic motions.  With the Wizard Stick with G-Sensor, you can move like you're actually swinging a tennis racket or golf club or steering a car, for example.  With the bundled AIWI gaming platform, you… Read More

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When the irritations of the day get too much for you, take out your frustrations on the RageGage.  It claims to be a "marriage of cutting edge psychological research and modern high tech electronic device design. The device is designed to detect whether you are adequately and healthfully releasing your pent up anger."  If it… Read More

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game.com Review

Official Gadgeteer Hands On Review: Game.com by David Lection Last date revised: 03/25/99 Just when you thought handheld gaming was just about dead… Well Tiger Electronics didn't think so, in fact the Tiger is hungry and it wants to eat Nintendo's dinner in the up for grab handheld game market! Tiger has introduced the game.com… Read More

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