Archive | video game hardware

F-Zero Fans Offer $5,000 Bounty For Long-Lost SNES Race Tracks

Do you have old Satellaview cartridges lying around that were last used 24 years ago to play an obscure, Japan-exclusive F-Zero game? Well, that aging data is now worth a good chunk of cash thanks to a pair of fans intent on preserving the franchise’s history.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Attn Bane: Razer’s High-Tech RGB Covid Mask Is Finally Out

During this year’s all-digital CES in January, hardware maker Razer revealed Project Hazel, a futuristic filtration mask meant to keep gamers covid-free while looking like Mad Max extras. That conceptual project is now the Razer Zephyr, a real product you can buy for $100. And while it might not have advanced features…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Attn Bane: Razer’s High-Tech RGB Covid Mask Is Finally Out

During this year’s all-digital CES in January, hardware maker Razer revealed Project Hazel, a futuristic filtration mask meant to keep gamers covid-free while looking like Mad Max extras. That conceptual project is now the Razer Zephyr, a real product you can buy for $100. And while it might not have advanced features…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Ikea’s New Gaming Collection Looks Pretty Good

While people have been using Ikea stuff in the gaming space forever—right now I’m sitting on an Ikea office chair and using an Ikea desk—the Swedish company has never gone to the trouble of releasing dedicated gaming furniture before. That’s about to changeRead more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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New From Razer: Gamer Thumb Condoms

It isn’t April first, but nobody told Razer when it announced its gaming “finger sleeves.” Yes, finger sleeves: They are literally little sleeves that cap off your fingers to supposedly enhance their grip, and these particular finger sleeves are pitched at the gamer market.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Gaming Laptops Are Here To Stay

When most people think of gaming, it’s usually on a console or a PC. A desktop PC, specifically. At least that’s what I thought. But now gaming laptops are becoming more powerful, more user-friendly, and most importantly, more affordable. I had the opportunity to try out the GE76 Raider Gaming Laptop, and I left quite…Read […]

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Someone Collected (Almost) Every PS1 Memory Card Variant

The original PlayStation wasn’t the first video game system to use interchangeable memory cards for save games, but it certainly took the idea mainstream. Many folks accrued small piles of the things by the time PS2 rolled around, in a variety of styles and colors. And now, one enthusiast thinks he’s collected all of…Read more… […]

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Have You Ever Raged And Thrown A Controller?

It’s Monday and time for Ask Kotaku, the weekly feature in which Kotaku-ites deliberate on a single burning question. Then, we ask your take.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Someone Just Opened A Brand-New Nintendo 64DD Dev Kit

A private video game collector recently reached out to Rerez host Shane Luis for his help in documenting a new, in-box Nintendo 64DD development kit, which means we now have an idea of what it must have been like for developers in the ‘90s to get their hands on this rare piece of hardware.Read more… […]

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Giant Motor Gives PC Enough Rumble To Shake The Very Heavens

Jatin Patel is an iOS developer who works on big, silly projects for his YouTube channel. His latest million-dollar idea was to connect a giant, 2,880 rpm induction motor to his DualShock, magnifying the controller’s comparatively pitiful rumble to extraordinary proportions.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Lucky Winners Of Newegg’s Raffle Get To Pay Full Price For PC Parts

A lottery for prized graphics cards and processors went up briefly on PC part seller Newegg’s site yesterday. It’s a testament to the ongoing shortage of all things gaming during the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Lucky Winners Of Newegg’s Raffle Get To Pay Full Price For PC Parts

A lottery for prized graphics cards and processors went up briefly on PC part seller Newegg’s site yesterday. It’s a testament to the ongoing shortage of all things gaming during the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Lucky Winners Of Newegg’s Raffle Get To Pay Full Price For PC Parts

A lottery for prized graphics cards and processors went up briefly on PC part seller Newegg’s site yesterday. It’s a testament to the ongoing shortage of all things gaming during the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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