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Tech Helps Disabled Man Play Favorite Game

Posted in Controllers by Tam Yue on May 14th, 2014

Disabled man plays video games using eyebrowsWe love to see when people use technology for the greater good. The guys over at Technabob posted this story that is a must read and should put a smile on your face.

The guy you see in the picture above is Alex, and he suffers from a disease known as spinal muscular atrophy. This disease has made it difficult for Alex to hold and use a controller to play his favorite video games.  He is an avid gamer, so you must realize how frustrating that would be.

Bring on the guys at Special Effect UK. Special Effect is a non-profit organization in the UK that helps gamers with disabilities. Since Alex has trouble holding and using a controller they decided to have him use is eyebrows. Yes, you read that right, eyebrows. An Occupational Therapist …

GameRigs Quake desktops, laptops keep us gaming

Posted in Computers by Nino Marchetti on August 25th, 2008

GameRigs Quake PCs

Gaming desktop and laptop speciality developer GameRigs recently unveiled a line of gaming PC systems officially licensed from video game developer id Software. These new Enemy Territory QUAKE Wars and QUAKE 4 gaming desktops and laptops start at around $2,200 and $2,000, respectively.

GameRigs says these systems “have striking design elements, a robust architecture and many personalization options.” They also come with a gaming accessories kit and specific items, such as the game itself, which are tied to the specific machine’s namesake title. These machines, just by the looks of them from the product pages, look amazingly hot and include advanced components which match in quality the external designs.