Coming from the gaming peripherals manufacturer Roccat, Kone Pure Military is a new gaming mouse launched in several military themed styles, featuring a Pro-Optic 5000 dpi optical sensor, adjustable dpi, Adjustable Distance Control Unit, the Easy-Shift[+] technology, and customizable illumination. The mouse has high precision, is lag-free and allows you to assign two functions to every button. Read more
Third-party smartphone gaming controllers were one of the most talked about gadgets last year and gaming companies are expected to spruce up the trend in 2014. Though there have been no major announcements made so far for controllers, with Huawei’s Tron grabbing most of the attention at the CES 2014, there are some options that were released last year which Android device owners can now take advantage of on the cheap.
And in case you are wondering why you should use a controller to play an Android game instead of the screen controllers, I submit the following:
• They significantly enhance the gaming experience on mobile.
• They can be used to perform other functions: control presentations, snap images remotely and track down the smartphone.
• They can accommodate multi-player gaming on the small screen.
Among the choices available, these three Android controllers currently provide the best value and are available for $50 and under:
It has been seen that smartphone screens increased in size and form factor over the course of time, and even Apple has been forced to follow the trend and reportedly will be releasing an iPhablet in May. However, the developers behind the iMpulse controller think smaller is better, perhaps the reason why they’ve released the smallest available wireless controller for Android and iOS devices to date. Read more
IFA is a great event where you can discover amazing products featuring the newest technologies. One of the innovations prepared for this year’s edition is the TyGolf. This golf ball is smart and out of ordinary. You can control it wirelessly. Read more
Christmas Day has been and gone. No doubt you were rushed off your feet, but all the frantic gift searches and prep were worth it just to see the smiles on the little ones’ faces. So how can you make that holiday happiness last?
It’s time to get stuck in to some friendly, skill-building competition.
And it’s extra fun to do now there are some great prices on Xbox bundles at ASDA.
1. Get Energised with a 4GB Xbox 360 + Kinect
A simple-to-expand 4GB console makes this Xbox bundle a real bargain. Plug in up to 5 USB sticks to access your own games. Or just download straight to console. This Xbox 360 had built-in WiFi for space-saving wireless gaming.
And it comes with the justly famous Kinect Sensor for action without boundaries. As you move, so does your character in the game – no wires or controllers required. Get the family to test out Kinect Adventures together and get into the competitive mode. Read more
Aivia M8600 from Gigabyte is theworld’s first gaming mouse with wireless connectivity and a winner of an iF product design award in 2012. The mouse was designed for non-stop gaming and features a power-saving sensor and a Lithium battery that enables 50 hours of intensive gaming. The Quick-Swap Changing System is the technology that simulates gun clip loading for instant battery changing, which takes two seconds. The multi-functional dock allows the gamer to charge an extra battery, but this smart dock is also a wireless receiver. Read more
These are the new Gamer Soaps coming with a fresh citrus scent and realistic details to become coolest accessories for any gamer’s bathroom. Each soap controller is a full scale model and you can pick from several models available, such as a NES controller, SNES, Playstation 3, SEGA Mega Drive, or the Xbox 360 controller. Read more
I’m not sure how this thing works, but I believe it’s the optical illusion based on two images that show when you move the object, just like on those retro wallets with the Chinese girl whose eye was blinking. The gears and chains on the back of the cards move and the playing cards have a standard size of 2.5 x 3.5 inch. Read more
Are you thinking of preparing a great party with close friends and don’t know how to entertain them besides using music, cocktails and treats? Let me suggest you to try a new fun board game created especially for family parties, dinner parties and girls nigh out. Morphology is destined to all ages and involves creating designated objects picked from a deck of cards, but using wooden sticks, string, glass beads and colored cubes. Read more
You only need to expand the net up to six feet, adjust your paddles and start playing ping pong. That’s possible with a portable ping pong set like this. The net, paddles and two balls come in a smart pouch so you can play the game wherever you are. Read more
sumoku is a fun game for the whole family that can be played in five ways. Players have to add up tiles to multiply the number on the die and connect all together to create a sumoku. Read more