Logitech G15 Keyboard

by Keith

Offering gamers an unprecedented level of in-game information, challenge and experience, the Logitech G15 keyboard is state-of-the-art programmable and controllable device, designed especially for gamers. As the first keyboard in the G-series family, the Logitech G15 is equipped with built-in auxiliary LCD display, 18 programmable keys, and packaged with advanced software, making it easy for customising commands for every different game. The adjustable-tilt, backlit LCD can be programmed to display …

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Watch Live TV on your PSP

by Al


I wanted a PSP (PlayStation Portable) before and after reading a press release from Sony I now want one even more (shame I’m a bit skint). Sony announced today that the PSP firmware version 2.5 includes Locationfree application support . Locationfree has been around for a while now (though hasn’t really taken off that much in the UK yet) and allows you to control, listen to and watch your media …

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eMagin z800 stereoscopic headset

by Marc

emagin headset

I used to have a VFX-1 back in the day. In fact I still have it somewhere, despite the fact that it won’t physically connect to any PC made after about 1985. The VFX1, for those of you who weren’t into gadgets back then, was a virtual reality headset. It was basically a motorcycle helmet with little monitors beaming images into your eyes, headphones and a motion tracker. It was …

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Su Doku Board Game

by Al

Su Doku Board Game

With the help of Carol Vorderman, Su Doku has become more popular than conventional crossword puzzles. Su Doku is a kind of mathematical crossword (now you can’t get much geekier than that). Su Doku is a very solitary past-time, at least with crosswords you can ask for help. “It has 6 letters, begins with G and is a fun waste of funds” whilst you can’t really ask your mates, “It’s …

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IBM assists Microsoft’s Xbox 360

by Keith

Xbox 360

Powered by IBM processor, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 finally revealed its secret that engineered its huge data-crunching processing speed. Earlier last Tuesday, attendees at the In-Stat Fall Processor Forum obtained a sneak preview of what made up next generation Microsoft Corporation’s Xbox 360 game console. Where in today’s computing desktops, Intel and AMD are looking at dual core CPU. As for Xbox 360, the interior comprises of state-of-the-art THREE PowerPC cores …

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Play your PSP on your TV

by Al


The PSP may of got a high quality screen but at the end of the day it only 4.3 inches (yeah we know size isn’t everything). It’s now possible to buy a gizmo that lets you play your PSP games on the big screen of your TV (which I must admit does kind of defeat the object of it being a PlayStation Portable). I’m pretty sure in the future Sony …

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Gizmondo arrives in the US

by Marc


Gizmondo have been burning VC for a while now in the UK with a shop (“boutique?”) in London’s Regent street (I’d love to know what the rent on that is). I do have a soft spot for them – you have to admire any company that tries go against Sony and Nintendo with a new hand held games console. Admiration doesn’t pay the bills though and somehow I suspect they …

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Learn with the V.Smile Pocket

by Damian

VSMILE pocket

The other night I saw a commercial for Vtech’s new V.Smile Pocket. Vsmile is a gaming system that is a learning system. The V.Smile Pocket is the company’s handheld gaming system. They allow your children to play video games, but learn at the same time. V.Smile offers games for children ranging from 3 to 9 year of age. The system has games that feature popular characters like The Lion King, …

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