The Xbox One's original requirement for the Kinect 2.0 sensor to always be connected and active led many gamers to raise concerns about their privacy. Microsoft eventually caved in on that requirement, but anyone upgrading to the new Xbox One now has an absolute guarantee that the Kinect 2.0 sensor won't keep tabs on…
The Tron Xbox 360 controllers look amazing, and make you feel like you're a real cool dude with Olivia Wilde sitting next to you. Not a bad deal for $50.
PDP is offering three different solutions to place your Xbox 360 Kinect: On a wall, on your TV, or on a stand, next to your TV. What, placing it on top of the entertainment center not good enough?
The best part about the Energizer's Wiimote Induction Charging System is that if you choose to play it safe with the rubber sleeves and wrist straps, you can charge them without removing that extra stuff.
Remember those giant pencils you'd buy as a kid, use them for a day in class as a joke and then chuck em before lunch? The SmartStylus is built on a similar premise.
By Panasonic, this plasma just
millimeters out Pioneer's 9mm previous best. It's 1/3 of an inch thick on the dot and it uses 33% power than veteran Panasonic plasma tech. Bonus shot:
Pioneer introduced two new plasma TVs with panels designed for incredibly deep blacks at an industry event in Tokyo. Are these the same Kuro gen 2 panels that are currently shipping in the US? Or are they the even better ones we saw in prototype form at CES? The guys at Akihabara News were able to check out the…
Everyone knows that slapping some wood on a gadget adds instant class, so LG isn't going to let a good opportunity to cash in on people obsessed with classy gadgets go by. Their new 60-inch full HD PDP TV comes cased in Italian wood, and everyone knows the best wood comes from Italy. Right?
It's been awhile since Sony backed out of the plasma market, but rumor has it that the Japanese giant is hoping to set up a joint plasma venture with Fujitsu Hitachi. Fujitsu is looking to kick out 3.6 million plasmas this year in the hopes of catching up to LG and Samsung, and it looks like Sony wants in on the…
Pioneer stalls the decline of plasma display technology's popularity for a while longer with its 60-inch PDP-5000EX plasma TV that the company says cranks out a 20,000:1 contrast ratio. Take a look at the photo above, and you can plainly see that the higher contrast ratio of the set on the left gives you a better view…
Sporting a spacious 300GB Hard Drive, the new Samsung PDP HDTVs look great, even in the sun. With their "Premium Anyview" system, the TVs have four times the standard contrast ratio compared to standard PDP TVs. This means no more shutting the blinds when you're watching daytime TV while pretending to be sick at home.