SlouchPod gaming chair

SlouchPod gaming chair
While the SlouchPod might come with all sorts of features that cater to the gaming community, the one thing it does not do is correct the posture of lazy gamers everywhere. Looking more like BeanBags 2.0 than anything else, the SlouchPod comes with a couple of 5 watt RMS speakers and one 10 watt RMS subwoofer. Features include a digital control panel for MP3 players, game consoles, TV/DVD, computer, and stereo. Compatible with all gaming console, the SlouchPad offers tubthumping sound at the rel…
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Arcade action goes home

Arcade action goes home
The DreamAuthentics Katana offers the authentic arcade experience via a true blue arcade machine, except that this cabinet comes in half the size, enabling you to enjoy those classics of yore on a desk rather than occupying enough space to place two water coolers. The Katana comes pre-loaded with more than 200 games ranging from the Atari 2600 to arcade classics. While the 17″ display might not deliver a true arcade experience, at least you have more than enough buttons at your disposal for some…
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MadCatz PS3 keyboard is cringe-worthy

MadCatz PS3 keyboard is cringe-worthy
Looks like the PS3 is getting peripherals that seem to suit its looks, and I don’t mean it in a positive manner. The MadCatz QWERTY keyboard attachment for Sony’s latest console looks fine by itself, but from the practical viewpoint, you would have a much harder time typing on it. Taking the opposite route as the Xbox 360’s keyboard attachment by being placed on top, you can’t even access the keys with any finger while holding the Sixaxis. The MadCatz QWERTY keyboard is up for grabs for $30 a po…
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Wiimote gains Open Sesame powers

Wiimote gains Open Sesame powers
The Wii remote can certainly do much more than control Mario and cook virtual dishes on your TV screen – it is now capable of unlocking your door at the flick of your rest. While this is not the next best thing since sliced bread (although it comes close), this modification uses FreeBSD6.2, Bluetooth HID stack, and libpasori to make Open Sesame a permanent word in your vocabulary. I suppose you’ll need an above average of technical know-how before you dabble with the Wii remote, but as long as i…
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LG concept phone sports 2 screens

LG concept phone sports 2 screens
LG could steal a little bit of Apple’s iPhone thunder assuming this concept clamshell handset is realized in the near future. While the form factor follows any traditional clamshell cellphone, you are greeted by a couple of touchscreens upon opening it. There won’t be any keypad with this phone as it utilizes the same virtual keyboard as found on the LG Prada. Features include support for games, but I personally think the DS fares much better in this department. Sources also show that this conce…
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USB Chess Game from Brando

USB Chess Game from Brando
While chess aficionados can spend hours upon hours studying moves within a game, there are some of us casual gamers who decide to put away our DS Lites and PSPs just for a moment in order to find out what’s so exciting about this board game called “chess”. The USB Chess Game from Brando offers some help as it can track your moves on a computer while providing hints when required. Since the chess board is foldable, you can literally bring your game with you anywhere you like. The computer can act…
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R4 and Rumble Pak review

R4 and Rumble Pak review
The homebrew scene for the Nintendo DS is pretty much alive, and one of the main reasons would be the abundance of third party carts such as the Supercard series for Slot 2 on the NDS as well as Slot 1 solutions such as the R4 (Revolution 4 DS). The box which it came in is pretty simple, an opening it revealed a CD containing the electronic version of a user manual and Moonshell files to get you started, a microSD memory card reader, and the R4 cart itself.Since the R4 cart fits into the Slot 1 …
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PS3 gets Air Flo Cooler

PS3 gets Air Flo Cooler
Being the powerful (but unloved) beast that it is, the PS3 will be getting a cooling system known as the Air Flo Cooler. While this doesn’t solve the problems of slow sales and a lack of quality titles (or any releases for that matter) on the console, at least you get to keep the PS3 running cool after watching Talladega Nights in Blu-Ray glory for the 154th time. Unfortunately, the Air Flo Cooler doesn’t come in an aesthetically pleasing form factor, but then again birds of a feather do flock t…
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PS-P Battery Charger looks all cute

PS-P Battery Charger looks all cute
Now isn’t this the cutest PSP battery charger you’ve ever laid your eyes upon? The PS-P Battery Charger makes no qualms about its intended function based on its design and naming convention. The buttons will light up in green whenever you’re out of juice, but turn off when the battery is fully charged. It retails for $2.94, but the $5.50 shipping fee triples the cost.Filed in Gadgets >Gaming..…
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D904i pays homage to Wii

D904i pays homage to Wii
The Wii is barely half a year old in the market, and NTT DoCoMo has already paid homage to Nintendo’s hugely successful console with its D904i cellphone. This new cellphone features a built-in motion sensor that enables D904i owners to play games in the same manner as those found on the Wii, albeit with dumbed down graphics due to the cellphone’s hardware limitation. I’m not too sure whether this idea will take off since it can get pretty disorienting as you wave the cellphone around while tryin…
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