Dell’s new Alienware Aurora gaming desktop computer is the company’s most advanced desktop ever delivering the extreme gaming performance and experience game developers intended for their players. With the latest technology and intelligent design, gamers can envelop themselves in the action, experience blazing fast performance and immersive graphics. Read the rest of this entry »
SUBSONIC will be first to the market with accessories designed exclusively for the new PlayStation VITA system, announced Fame’s Marketing Director Becky O’Connell.
Scheduled to make its debut in stores and through online sales concurrent with VITA’s February 22, 2012 release, SUBSONIC’s iSTART accessory pack will include a bubble free screen protector, micro fiber cleaning cloth, neoprene case for the Vita console, audio splitter, headphones and a game storage case designed to hold six games and two memory cards.
“The iSTART is the perfect kit to accompany the new Sony PlayStation VITA console,” said Fame CEO, Alison Morrison. “Now that the world is in play with this new and highly coveted console, these products are poised to emerge as the ideal complement to this dynamic and revolutionary gaming system.” Read the rest of this entry »
Keith McMillen Instruments announced the next generation of music software and hardware controllers for electronic musicians, DJs, VJs and DIY hackers, the QuNeo 3D Multi-Touch Controller.
“3D Multi-Touch” Technology for Pressure, Velocity & Location, Swipes and Pinching
Redefining music production and performance, QuNeo (pronounced kyoo-ne-oh) covers all of the functionality of other controllers, while adding the power of extra dimensions. Quneo provides 27 pads, sliders and rotary sensors with 3D Multi-Touch recognition for pressure, velocity, and location sensitivity, which allows musicians playing electronic sounds to change their timbre (quality, brightness and volume) the harder or softer they are played by simply varying touch pressure. The pads are also responsive to X (left – right) and Y (up – down) and recognize multiple gestures for pinching and swiping. Read the rest of this entry »
For the millions of children who now have their own smartphone, iPhone, iPod, or MP3 music player, the iESSENTIALS division of MIZCO International introduced a new line of earbud headphones designed specifically to ensure the safety of their ears while enjoying their music.
Available for $9.99, the new, comfortable, in-ear RoboBuds line offers five fun, colorful “robot” characters: “Phantom”, “Streke”, “Electrika”, “PowerBot”, and “CrimsonRobo”. Each set of earbuds features a robot character on the cord that slides up and down and serves as the set’s cord management system. The RoboBuds are designed with a volume limiting output of 85 dB (decibels) to protect children’s ears.
“Children are embracing music at younger and younger ages than ever before, and that requires manufacturers to go further than ever before to design products that can help protect against unintended damage caused by sudden increases in music volume,” explained Mike Mizrahi, Creative Director at MIZCO International. Read the rest of this entry »