Items tagged with Accessory

Tony Hawk: RIDE, a game that made all sorts of waves when it debuted earlier this year at the E3 Expo in California, has finally notched a date with destiny: November 17, 2009. That's the date in which Activision's next must-have Nintendo Wii title will hit stores, and that means you'll be shoving yet another motion-sensing periperal in your closet.This time it'll be the lifelike Tony Hawk skateboard, which will allow owners to "pull off tricks, such as grinds and ollies, by stepping on a motion-sensing controller that resembles a skateboard, without wheels." The entire game is designed to be controlled by the board, with the accessory boasting not one, but two two tilt-sensing accelerometers... Read more...
With Windows 7 released to manufacturing, Microsoft has but one thing to do during the run-up to the operating system's October 22nd launch date: produce Win7-centric accessories. The firm is starting that today with the introduction of the Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000, a keyboard and mouse combo that sports a slick, ergonomic look along with lots of tasteful Windows 7 features that early adopters will surely appreciate.As you can see in the shot of the keyboard, Microsoft utilizes a Comfort Curve layout that encourages natural wrist posture with a slight six-degree curve, and there's also a soft-touch palm rest to keep those wrists comfortable during long typing/gaming sessions. As for the... Read more...
For what feels like forever now, Kensington's iconic notebook lock slot has become a staple of the PC universe. Regardless of brand, model, size or price, it seems like this little slit finds its way onto practically each and every portable computer that hits store shelves. Now, at long last, Kensington itself is updating the standard, with a slimmer, stronger design aimed at providing higher physical security without compromise.The MicroSaver DS Keyed Ultra-Thin Notebook Lock is certainly a mouthful, but it promises to prevent against theft and protect valuable assets like never before. Of course, this introduction begs the question: "So, are those of us with the old lock slot now less secure?"... Read more...
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