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Nova Gaming hits America with mouse, mouse pad

Posted in gaming accessories by Nino Marchetti on September 25th, 2008

Nova Gaming

Nova Gaming, a developer of PC gaming accessories, plans to make its American entrance at the upcoming E for All Expo when it comes to Los Angeles next month. Its first two products will be the Slider X 600 Laser Gaming Mouse and Over Slide Mouse Pad, priced around $100 and $40, respectively.

The Slider X 600, according to Nova Gaming, is a “smart gaming mouse.” It sports “super-glide” ceramic feet, a cable management system that offers lateral cable positioning, a mouse pad cord clip and an up to 3200 DPI laser engine. There’s also a bunch of programmable buttons.

Microsoft SideWinder X8 Mouse looks to deliver gaming fun

Posted in Mouse by Nino Marchetti on September 11th, 2008

Microsoft SideWinder X8 Mouse

Another new Microsoft mouse offering this week is the computer giant’s latest wireless gaming mouse. It is called the SideWinder X8 and it will run you around $100.

The SideWinder X8 makes use of Microsoft’s new BlueTrack technology to offer more advanced tracking abilities. It has a 2.4GHz wireless connection and up to 30 hours of gaming before its battery needs recharging.

Logitech debuts PS3 force feedback steering wheel

Posted in Controllers by Nino Marchetti on July 15th, 2008

Logitech Driving Force Wireless

Logitech, besides announcing a wireless Wii keyboard, also unveiled today a force feedback steering wheel for the PlayStation 3. It is called the Logitech Driving Force Wireless and it prices around $100.

The Logitech Driving Force Wireless wheel makes use of force feedback, which “creates directionally precise, tactile feedback that accurately simulates forces experienced in the game.” This wheel is also wireless, making use of a USB receiver to connect to the PS3.

GameChains keep you from losing your Nintendo DS games while sitting on train, toilet

Posted in Games by Nino Marchetti on July 9th, 2008


From the “I cooked this up in my garage” department comes word of a rather interesting new gaming accessory designed to help you not lose those pesky little Nintendo DS games. It is called a GameChain and prices around $10.

The GameChain idea is rather simple – a keychain like design which keeps your small DS games tethered together so they don’t get lost in your sofa or on the train. The system is described as consisting of “laser-cut tabs, powder-coated metal chain, and aggressive, but non-permanent, adhesive pads.”

SteelSeries does gaming bundle for female gamers

Posted in Controllers by Nino Marchetti on July 7th, 2008

SteelSeries Iron.Lady Bundle

Professional gaming gear manufacturer is making available a new bundle for all those lady gamers out there. It is called the Iron.Lady Bundle and you’ll find it pricing around $100.

The SteelSeries Iron.Lady Bundle consists of a special SteelSeries mouse, mouse pad and branded wristband. The mouse is one of the company’s Ikari mice. It operates at 1,000Hz and allows for hardware-based counts per inch (CPI) adjustments in increments of one, allowing for “precise adjustments…with a small LCD screen located on the bottom of the device which displays CPI.”

Capcom rumbles with new video game chair

Posted in Furniture by Nino Marchetti on June 2nd, 2008

Capcom Reactor Video Game ChairIf you are a really big fan of Capcom games and want to feel the rumble of getting your butt kicked in Street Fighter and the like, the new Capcom-branded Reactor Video Game Chair from Ultimate Game Chair is for you. It will price around $180.

The Capcom Reactor Video Game Chair sports “eight high-impact vibrating motors and 3D-stereo sound.” The motors are located in the upper and lower back, as well as the seat cushion, offering a massage mode as well.

Fanatec shows off Porsche-licensed video gaming gear

Posted in Controllers by Nino Marchetti on April 28th, 2008


Fanatec, a developer of input devices for game consoles and PCs, unveiled today Porsche-inspired racing hardware for the PC and PlayStation 3 gaming platforms. It is called the Porsche 911 Turbo Racing Wheel and you’ll find it pricing at around $350.

The Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo Racing Wheel is licensed by Porsche and designed to work with racing games like Gran Turismo 5: Prologue and Racedriver: GRID. It makes use of wireless USB technology for the wheel and pedals. Key features of this product include three force feedback motors, a smooth belt drive, 6+1 speed H-pattern gear stick and a clutch pedal and brake with soft-stop for the pedals.