<img src="http://crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/20090611034642927.JPG.jpg" alt="Cideko" />Hello there, seemingly useful wireless keyboard and mouse combo. The Cideko Air Keyboard features a
<img src="http://crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/thride2.jpg" alt="skateboard" />Oh goodie, another video game peripheral. This time it's an oversized balance board for <em>Tony Hawk: Ride</
<img src="http://crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/FordGT-red-34-front.jpg">The Ford GT40 Series Car Mouse from RoadMice.com is a $50 wireless mouse stuffed in a replica Ford GT. This is defin
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/download1.jpg">If you’ve always dreamed of a tablet PC but you don’t want to pay those outrageous department store prices, Brando has
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/ihap424.jpg">If you’re like me, burning a DVD at 22X is like waiting for water to boil. My kingdom for a 24X DVD burner! That extra 2X
Is this Steampunk keyboard, the Aviator, worth $1,200 to you? It looks unique, sure, but in my world a keyboard is a merely a tool; there’s no need for flashing, Las Vegas lights or clankity-cla
Just a heads up to my fellow World of Warcraft players, especially those of you who use a Mac. You know that SteelSeries MMO Gaming Mouse that came out a few days ago? It doesn’t ship with Mac d
Short Version: Kensington’s “ShareCentral 1” provides an easy, hassle-free way to share a USB device between two computers. At $39.99, it’s not too expensive, either.
Here’s USB Man, a little guy that takes the ordinary and mundane task of sharing a USB port and makes all that the aforementioned activity entails ever so slightly less ordinary and mundane. The bes
Quick Version: This handy, compact, five-in-one power doodad from Kensington turns one outlet into three plug-ins and two USB charging ports for $24.99.
If you really, really like racing games, you could plunk down a couple hundred bucks for a good wheel and pedal set made of plastic and rubber or you could really let everyone know that you’re serio
We’ve reported on the Qflix service before – you’ll recall that it basically lets you download movies from the CinemaNow movie service and burn them onto blank DVDs as though they were actual, r
The difference between a casual gamer and hardcore gamer seems to be one big grey area these days. The terminology doesn’t exactly convey the same message it used to, but that’s an argument/post f
If you have old folks sitting quietly at home, get them this and give them something to do. Slide scanning – along with vinyl record conversion – is one of those things that our elders wou
Note: Not a must-have. Here are a few dorm room gadgets we think you might be able to use at school or home to keep yourself online, in-touch, and entertained without much set-up time.
This is, simply, a Space Invaders keyboard. Well, for copyright reasons it’s called ElectroJoe’s Bendiboard Retroboarde (you need to register just to see it for some dumb reason), but you
Here’s the Zone ZUP8020 Multifunctional Mouse Pad. That’s a long name! It’s fitting, though, because the ZZMMP (as I’ll now call it) does so many things beyond supporting the undercarriage of
Here’s a cordless mouse from Logitech. What’s different about it? Well, there’s a tiny USB receiver that you can keep plugged into your USB port all the time without worrying about snapping it o