Razer is no slouch when it comes to high performance gaming peripherals, and their latest release would definitely bring joy to fans of Blizzard’s hugely popular RTS – StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. The latest high end precision gaming mouse would be the Razer Spectre StarCraft II Gaming Mouse, where it will boast the latest APM (Actions-Per-Minute) Lighting System and as well as a gaming-optimized design that was inspired by the StarCraft universe in order to complement the on-screen action. Basically, if you’re an avid gamer of the RTS, you won’t be disappointed with what Razer has to offer with this tie-in.
Sony decided to make the most out of E3 by revealing the pricing details of their anticipated PlayStation Move motion controller. Now, motion controllers aren’t exactly new in the market, but Nintendo’s Wii has certainly brought the idea to the masses in an extremely fun (and profitable) manner. While Sony and Microsoft initially laughed at Nintendo’s “waggle controls”, it looks like they have decided to swallow their pride and include motion controls into their own respective consoles, with Sony’s effort ending up being known as the PlayStation Move.
Roundtable Concepts Inc. is more than ready to roll out the Street Fighter IV HDTV in the coming weeks, where this is no clone device, but is instead an officially licensed Capcom piece of hardware. Guess only fans of the Street Fighter franchise will need apply, as the missus might not be too fond of seeing your favorite Street Fighter characters and/or logo embellished on the bottom two corners of the frame, where you can choose from 32″, 40″, 42″ and 46″ LED HDTV’s. Touted to be the perfect HDTV for the Street Fighter fan, a Street Fighter character that appears on the casing will also make another appearance on the display for a good 8 seconds whenever you power it on – definitely not something folks who want instant access to their TV whenever they press the power button, eh?
Folks who have given the IntensaFIRE rapid-fire device on the Xbox 360 a go in the past would definitely have found it to be a great gizmo that play with, and we suspect that PS3 owners have thrown a glance this way with more than an envious look. Well, those green eyes can be exorcised once and for all now with the IntensaFIRE rapid-fire device that is now available for the Sony PS3. This is one gaming kit for the controller which clicks into place without the need for any glue or soldering, measuring 9/16″ x 9/16″ with a recommended retail price of $69.95. Compared to other similar products in the market, that figure is a bargain considering the rest are going for as much as $199.
Razer knows that they’ve got a pretty large following when it comes to high performance gaming hardware, and this time round the company has introduced its latest Abyssus Mirror Special Edition gaming mouse. Just in case it sounds familiar to you, this mouse is basically the same as the original Abyssus, although this time round it comes with a special edition black chrome mirror finish that will definitely ooze with class and quality, too bad it won’t do anything to improve your natural gaming skills, although using sleek hardware might help increase your performance levels by a notch. At least you will still win points from the audience for having good taste, eh?
Diabetes is a lifelong disease that thankfully can be managed and treated with the right system in place. Of course, when it comes to kids, getting them to take regular insulin shots could prove to be a challenge (how many times have we adults skipped a dose of medicine, never mind insulin shots, simply because we conveniently forgot?), which is why Bayer Diabetes Care has announced its DIDGET blood glucose monitoring system that will work directly with the Nintendo DS and DS Lite handheld consoles. This is the only blood glucose meter that hooks up to a console, and aims to help kids manage a lifelong disease by rewarding them for building consistent testing habits and meeting personalized blood glucose target ranges.
Sony has a brand new bundle for the masses when summer comes around, and we’re talking about the Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker PSP Entertainment Pack. Hmmm, not another Sony PSP, you ask? Well, this one is different since it will mark the first Spirited Green colored PSP-3000 system in the US, coinciding with the launch of what most people would deem to be a definite sales success of yet another Metal Gear title. Ever wondered why they did not release it as a PSP Go pack? Well, the PSP Go isn’t exactly performing well in terms of sales, so it is better to stick to something tried and tested, eh?
Sony knows that they are lagging behind Nintendo terribly in terms of hardware sales for this console generation despite having superior hardware, but that gap seems to be closing recently (although there is still a long way for Sony to go before they can catch up), and this is due to the Wii’s initial momentum dying off, a lack of quality titles on Nintendo’s platform and better exclusives on the PS3 among others. Well, fast forward to today and we have Sony announcing the PlayStation Move motion controller for the PS3 which will roll out worldwide later thsi fall, boasting a motion-based, high-definition gaming experience unlike anything on the market. Not only that, this launch will also include the PlayStation Move sub-controller which is meant to be used along with the motion controller for intuitive navigation of in-game characters and objects.
Having the right kind of speaker configuration to go with your gaming rig can be quite a shopping experience since there is a fair number of hardware manufacturers who do roll out pretty solid speakers. Well, Polk Audio jumps on the gaming audio bandwagon with their latest release, the HitMaster which has started to ship. The HitMaster is a new type of speaker which will elevate your gaming experience, especially with titles such as Rock Band and Guitar Hero. Expect to replay all your favorite songs in a new level of depth and detail.
Have you yet to jump aboard the current generation of game consoles, as you did not yet come to a conclusion on whether the Wii, Xbox 360 or PS3 is able to fit your gaming needs? Well, Microsoft aims to persuade you with their latest console bundle which will not only include the Xbox 360, but also Final Fantasy XIII as well, aptly known as the Final Fantasy XIII Special Edition Bundle. Targeting folks who are in the US, you no longer need to import one from Japan if you’re a hardcore fan.
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