Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse

by Keith

If you are a gamer playing at the highest level, you will definitely not want to miss this. The Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse will provide you with the extra cutting-edge between an endless winning spree and a runner-up position. Equipped with ultra-high resolution of 1600-dpi Logitech MX Optical Engine, the mouse delivers a lightning-fast response and mirror-smooth tracking function. In addition, you get instantaneous on-the-fly adjustment that allows effortless …

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Xbox media center

by Marc

XBMC

Forget the usual “Media boxes” made by the likes of Pinnacle, D-link, Linksys etc. They’re not that cheap, they have a very restricted set of connection options (who, in this day and age, connects a TV up with the composite video cable?) and most importantly they don’t play back half the file formats that I have lying around on my system. No, what you need to do is pick up …

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Nintendo Reveals next generation’s Revolution Controller

by Keith

Nintendo Revolution Controller

During the recent Game Show at Tokyo, Japan, Nintendo’s president Satoru Iwata revealed the next generation of Nintendo Revolution Controller. Untypical of the traditional physical appearance of past Nintendo controllers, the new design is set to see how gamers may react to the new innovation. To avoid competition with Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo has come up with their own sleek design of Gaming Controller, designed specially by Nintendo’s visionary designer …

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Guess the Google

by Al

Guess The Google

I’m often amazed at the things Google release and I’m equally fascinated at services, tools and games that are dreamt up by people using the Google search engine and API. Guess the Google is a really simple (as many of the best are) but addictive game. To play you have to work out (or guess) the keyword used to find 20 pictures on Google Images. This may sound easy but …

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The Nintendo Revolution

by diceman

Living in an online world, it seems everyone has “the inside scoop” on the new Nintendo console. Members of blogs and vido game forums are saying everything from holographic imaging to new methods of image processing where a developer could create hyper realistic vistas at a fraction of the current processing cost. However, the bottom line is, with limited facts, speculation is rampant. This creates plenty of bogus hype and …

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The PowerBall

by Al

neon powerball

Not really a new gadget (I’ve had mine for years) but still a wickedly cool one. The Powerball should be in every gadget lovers desk draw. Supposedly good wrist exercise for golfers but more importantly great and painful fun when competing with mates to see who can get it spinning the fastest or dislocates their shoulder first.

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XBox 360 Prices are Out

by Al

xbox360

Microsoft have released the prices of their new console the XBOX 360 and it should be out just in time for Christmas.

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