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Unioo whips out new iPhone external batteries

Posted in Mobile Accessories by Shane McGlaun on February 24th, 2010

One of the only bad things about my iPhone is that the battery just doesn’t last long when I use it to play games or surf the internet. A good 45 minutes of gaming eats half the battery capacity. That means I often end up needing an external battery to keep playing.

Unioo has unveiled a pair of new batteries specifically for the iPhone and iPod that connect to the charge port of the devices. The batteries include the i800 and i1500. The difference between the two is that the i800 has 800mAh of power and the i1500 has a 1500mAh battery inside. The i800 can be pre-ordered for under $40.

Ainol V8000HDV PMP supports 1280p video

Posted in Portable Meda Players by Conner Flynn on January 31st, 2010

Everybody wants HD, so the Ainol V8000HDV should do well. (Even if the name is unfortunate) After all it features not 1080p, but 1280p playback support. Not that you are likely to notice on the device’s 4.3-inch 800 x 480 screen, but with HDMI output, you can play your videos on any HD LCD display that supports 1280p.

The V8000HDV has 16GB of flash storage and for $142, you get support for TS, AVI, MP4, MPG, MKV, PSP, DAT, VOB, WMV, ASF, RM, RMVB, MOV, M2V, QT, M2A videos, and support for SRT subtitles on AVI and RMVB videos.

M-Edge announces waterproof case for Kindle

Posted in kindle by Shane McGlaun on January 6th, 2010

If you were one of the hoards of people who had an eReader on your Christmas list this year and receiver the Kindle, you may be looking to keep the device safe. We all know that water and electronics don’t go together.

M-Edge has announced a new case for the kindle called the Guardian. The case is waterproof and even floats. The case is designed to float upright so you can read in the tub or pool with no hands. The design allows for complete use of the buttons on the Kindle.

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Chuwi PHG gaming PMP

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on December 18th, 2009

Chuwi PHG gaming PMPAt first glance the Chuwi PHG gaming PMP looks pretty cool. It also looks like a redesigned PSP. The Chuwi PHG will play a variety of games, anything from 8-bit NES titles to GameBoy, 16-bit games from the SNES and MegaDrive and even some 64-bit games.

Of course you’ll have to find ROMs for all these games. Some other features include 720p support, TV Out, and it supports a bunch of audio and video file formats. You also get 4GB of internal memory. All for …

Sony axes UMD conversion program

Posted in PSP Go! by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2009

Sony axes UMD conversion programHere’s some bad news for PSP owners who want to upgrade to the PSP Go when it’s released. Sony has killed the UMD conversion plan. The idea was that PSP owners who had original UMD copies of their games would be entitled to free PSN downloads of the title, so that they can play it on the PSP Go when they upgrade.

But sadly “legal and technical reasons” put the axe on this plan. Which really sucks for PSP owners who have games they absolutely love. It sure doesn’t encourage PSP owners to upgrade and must feel like a slap in the face.

Sony’s PS3 Slim gets ColorWare

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on September 13th, 2009

Sony's PS3 Slim gets ColorWareWell, that didn’t take long. ColorWare is bringing PS3 Slims to life with a rainbow of colors. They aren’t just colorizing the console, but the controller as well. You can customize the color of the PS3 logo, the top of the console, or the bottom. That way you can make it look super funky.

Once it’s been colorized, everything is high-gloss and scratch resistant, so it’s more than just a paint job. If you want to send yours in, it will cost you $149 or you can just buy one from them for $449.

WaSaBi aluminum DSi cases

Posted in Nintendo DSi by Conner Flynn on September 4th, 2009

WaSaBi aluminum DSi casesThese “WaSaBi” cases from Gametech will dress up your handheld system and add some protection as well. They’ll cost you $27 and they are available now. You have six versions to choose from for your DSi, DS, or PSP.

It beats a plain old one color DSi and yours will look unique. Until someone steals it from you because they also think it looks nice. But until then, by all means enjoy it.

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Wi-Fi TV concept

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2009

Wi-Fi TV conceptForget the fact that this thing looks like some hopped up PSP wearing bright orange sunglasses. The extremely eye-catching WiFi Tv is basically a handheld internet television that is designed to access on-demand TV services that are available on the internet.

The idea is that TV shows and films can be streamed straight from the internet to the 6-inch touchscreen display. It boasts two slide-out speakers that supposedly provide a comfortable hand position, though we don’t see it. There’s even storage for Bluetooth headphones and a charging point.

Possibly fake video of the PS3 slim surfaces

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on July 12th, 2009

Possibly fake video of the PS3 slim surfacesWe’ll leave it up to you to decide if this video is real or fake. It shows off a purportedly “stolen” PS3 slim at a street market in the Philippines. You decide.

If real, the PS3 Slim certainly looks like one sexy beast. Nothing too Earth-shattering here though. The video below suffers from glaucoma and shows a black plastic box with the new rounded-off logo style from the PSPgo.

Sony’s Media Go app store

Posted in PSP Go! by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2009

Sony's Media Go app storeThe PSP Go may not have been big news thanks to all of the leaks, but Media Go is big news for Sony. Think of it as Sony’s “Itunes” that runs on a PC to sync content with your PSP. Sense Me is the equivalent of Genius and will display related content that users might like as well, based on what it already knows and and deliver custom music playlists.

All future PSP apps will be digitaly delivered via the Playstation Store. Sense Me? That’s the best name they could come up with?

EA talks about its E3 lineup

Posted in EA by Shane McGlaun on May 28th, 2009

ea-logo-sbEA is one of the most popular and successful game publishers around. The company has several top game franchises including one of the best selling ever –The Sims. EA is getting set for E3 coming up at the beginning of June and is talking a bit about the games it will be highlighting at the show.

There are a number of games being show at E3 by EA, but one of the coolest is Army of Two: the 40th Day. The game will be available for Xbox 360, PS3, and PSP this winter. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is coming in Q1 2010 for Xbox, PS3, and PC platforms and offers serious destruction to gamers.

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Microsoft working on Digital Entertainment handheld

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2009

Microsoft working on Digital Entertainment handheldHere’s a rumor that we’d all like to see come true. A handheld portable that combines the Xbox 360 with the Zune. The project is codenamed “xYz,” and is said to feature a WVGA touchscreen. It will let you play music and movies on the device as well as the Xbox 360.

Team Xbox claims to have sources inside Microsoft who are working on just such a device. We’re talking about a connected handheld gaming system with sweet multimedia features. Obviously we want. But will it ever come to life?

THQ announces MX vs. ATV Reflex for holiday 2009

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on May 15th, 2009

mxatvreflex-sbI have played most all of the MX vs. ATV games that have been launched for the PS2 and PS3 game consoles over the years. My favorite was the most recent PS3 version MX vs. ATV Unleashed. The game offers good graphics and fun game play.

THQ has announced that the next installment in the franchise will be hitting store shelves just in time for the 2009 holiday season. The game will be called MX vs. ATV Reflex and offers a new control system and physics engine. The control system allows players to control steering and rider body position independently.

PlayStation 3 motion-sensing controller at E3?

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on May 1st, 2009

PlayStation 3 motion-sensing controller at E3?Sony’s E3 press event is just over one month away. The rumors are already flying. We told you about PSP’s overhaul, but now Variety is reporting that the PlayStation 3 motion sensing controller will be appearing on stage.

Word is that third-party developers have already been asked to implement the functionality into their upcoming games. You guys interested in the PS-Wii?

The PXP-900 looks familiar

Posted in Handheld Entertainmnet by Conner Flynn on April 29th, 2009

pxp-900_1-480x389We’ve seen our share of gaming and gadget rip-offs, but this is one of the most blatant knockoffs we’ve seen in a while. Look familiar? Why it looks exactly like a Sony PSP. And while the PXP-900 clones the style, it doesn’t bother with the titles, instead, sticking to retro gaming ROMs.

The PXP-900 can handle classic titles from the NES, Famicom, Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Super Famicom and SEGA MegaDrive. Onboard storage is 2GB, and it functions as a PMP too, playing up to 25fps 320 x 240 video in a bunch of formats on a 4.3-inch display.



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