CES 2013 means gadget and tech posts, so brace yourself for more of these over the next few days. The latest comes from SteelSeries, which has developed new Apex Gaming Keyboards which are apparently the fastest gaming keyboards now available. The Apex and Apex [Raw] keyboards are optimized in terms of performance and layout to more »
MadCatz just revealed one of the most advanced gaming keyboards I’ve ever seen. It’s called the Strike 7, and it has a ton of customization options and a touchscreen display. This kind of unique keyboard doesn’t come cheap either. This baby will set you back $299.
You all have to sit down. Really, you will not believe what you’re about to read. Nintendo is actually going to release Battle & Get! Pokemon Typing DS outside of Japan. That’s the educational game that shipped with the DS keyboard peripheral and was supposed to teach people to type while catching pokemon. Think of more »
Dragon Quest fans are a rare breed. They think some of the series monsters, which aren’t really cute, are adorable. Which leads to lots of special merchandise featuring said characters. Most notorious is the wide eyed, eternally smiling Slime. Which has lead to a PS2 Slime-shaped controller, a DS Slime-shaped speaker and now a Wii more »
The Mass Effect 3 cash-in carries on! The latest attempt to make money on the last entry in the Mass Effect trilogy comes courtesy of a collaboration between BioWare, EA and Razer. Razer will be releasing an assortment of peripherals for the Xbox 360 and Windows PCs that are all ME3 themed. As cynical as more »
Well, GameStop’s sale ad for May 13-17, 2011 is out and there are quite a few interesting promotions to keep in mind when shopping for games. It’s a great week for picking up PS3 Move games and accessories, for example. Plus, there are a number of other discounts that could appeal to both console and PC gamers.
The two Move deals made the front page of the ad, so let’s start there…
Razer has long been known as a company that makes fancy and expensive gaming mice, keyboards, console controllers, and other peripherals. They have also been known to occasionally come out with licensed products from titles such as StarCraft II and Tron: Legacy. Now, you can add Dragon Age II to their list of licensed products.
CES 2011: Cideko’s Air Keyboard Conqueror the coolest keyboard-controller combo you cannot own (yet)
Meant to be used with your Windows machine, this device is a bit larger than your usual game controller, featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, row of F-keys and some Windows-specific keys. For game buttons it includes a 4-way directional pad, four control buttons, two mini thumbsticks and two shoulder buttons…
CompuExpert is going to be attending CES 2011 this year, but you don’t be able to just walk up to its booth on the floor and start seeing some of its latest accessories for gamers. The only way you’ll be able to see Sharkoon headsets, Mionix gaming mice and Raptor-Gaming keyboards between January 6-9, 2011 is if you make an appointment. Well, you could also head to the CompuExpert website to look for retailers carrying them, since almost many of the items coming to the show are already available, but it’d be much better to see and try them in person…
Electronics and game store Microcenter has published its Black Friday 2010 ad with plenty o’ computer (Mac and non-Mac), electronics, tech and gaming deals.
Most of the sale items are limited to “one per household” and are in-store only deals.
It’s worth nothing that Microcenter is also one of the few stores that has a dedicated Apple department that sells more than just iPod junk.