SAMSUNG Electronics And Microsoft Announce Revolutionary HDTV Alliance On Next-Generation Xbox Video Game Console
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The new displays are claiming an Xtremely fast response rate, targeting video playback and gaming markets head-on – and they have the potential to seriously capture the gamer audience.
Logitech continues to branch out further into the home accessories space. This time, they’ve come up with an innovative approach to wireless networking.
Logitech just upped the bar for PC gaming headsets, with the new Logitech Precision PC Gaming Headset – a behind-the-head design, with large neodymium speaker drivers, adjustable boom mic, and inline volume controls.
Apparently, this is the week for cordless Xbox headsets – Logitech has just unveiled their new Cordless Headset for Xbox, and it looks pretty cool.
For people looking for a cordless, ultralight headset for their XBox gaming, foneGEAR’s CORD FREE Headset might be the answer you were searching for.
Alienware continues to press the DHS lineup forward into the lead of the pack, adding new features like dual TV tuners and the previously announced DISCover gaming technologies.
For all the Zodiac owners out there, the new SurfaceInk CommandPlay adapts the Zodiac for more conventional hand positioning.
More information about the Nintendo DS launch here, with new word of a demo of the DS Metroid game included, and lots of other product titles now named for the launch window.
Spreading the love, AT&T Wireless is now carrying the N-Gage QD Game Deck throughout their retails stores and online.
The new Kenwood VRS-N8100 AV receiver integrates streaming network playback, for a powerful one-two punch.
Well, it’s official – the Nintendo DS will launch on November 21st in North America, at a $149.99 pricepoint! That’ll certainly attract gamers (and games) to the platform. Read on for more details…
While they haven’t given it a ‘rename’ like the PSone unit got, the new ‘Network’ PS2 is remarkably smaller than the original, should fit better into tight rooms/spaces, and is actually small and light enough to take with you. We’re assuming that it will be more compatible with commercial DVDs and home-recorded ones, and of course it comes with a modem and 10/100 ethernet built-in for immediate access to network gaming.
Plantronics has introduced a custom ‘Halo 2′ branded Xbox headset, adding to their GameCom lineup of headsets for the platform. The new headset is supposed to be lighter, more comfortable, have better sound pickup and noise cancelling, and will match coloring of the new green-and-black Halo 2 Xbox unit. Should be available in October for $49.95. Read on…
The upcoming Nintendo DS is officially ‘branded’, and the newly shown redesign features a thin, black base and an angular platinum flip-top cover. With dual screens, chat functions, a touch screen, wireless capabilities, and voice recognition, Nintendo is hoping that the DS will redefine handheld gaming as we know it.
We’ve got an inside contact, and will be bringing you more on this as it is available.
As usual, Alienware jumps on board first to deliver gamers that extra bit of performance.
These sound pretty incredible to say the least. We’re trying to get our hands on one to benchmark against the current crop of cards on the market.
If you don’t already own an Xbox, this might be enough to push you over the edge. Grab the DVD player remote too, and it becomes an incredible device for your home theater setup.
Some major changes to the ApeXtreme console have taken place behind closed doors – and now we get to see the outcome. The addition of PVR capabilities is certain to make this a hot device! The ‘downgrading’ of the GPU from a DeltaChrome DX9-shader chipset to a GeForce 4MX (non-shader) chipset will certainly reduce the game-playing ‘power’ of the product. It’s too bad it isn’t going to use a GeForce FX or GeForce 6 chipset – that would be an increbily competitive console-plus box!