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Review: Nyko Zoom Case

Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wish the DSi camera could shoot closer photos?” Well, even if you didn’t, Nyko’s got you covered. The third-party accessories manufacturer has made the Zoom Case, a form-fitting hard-shell case for your DSi which allows you to attach a lens for the outer DSi camera. And despite the…

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Review: Nintendo DSi XL

When other companies bob, Nintendo weaves. As its rivals attempt to make their handheld game machines smaller and more portable, Nintendo hits us with the DSi XL, a supersized version of its pocket player. DSi XL, currently available in Japan and set to be released in America in the first quarter of 2010, is the…

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Review: Orbotix Sphero

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Review: THQ Deepak Chopra’s Leela

Leela, Deepak Chopra’s debut game for Xbox 360 Kinect and Wii, is part relaxation mechanism, part new-age stoner candy. The game, which comes out next week, playfully steers you toward the gap between the conscious and the subconscious. There are different levels of gameplay — some help you tune each of your seven chakras, others…

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Review: Razer Blade 14-Inch

Why, why, why must gaming laptops be behemoths that can’t even fit in a typical messenger bag, let alone under an airplane seat? All those fans, you say? Dual video cards? Triple hard drives? Ground effects? OK, fine, I get it. Gaming notebooks are typically enormous because they’re really desktops writ small. Balderdash! Razer’s had…

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Review: Razer Blade R2

The notion of “gaming laptops” has been a quixotic — and expensive — one for at least a decade. But computer manufacturers remain convinced that mobile PC gaming is a viable market, as the extreme price tags gaming PCs command are a proven path to higher sales margins. Razer, a company known primarily for making…

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Review: Kinect Microsoft

To get accurate full-body recognition, we had to move the Kinect into a room that afforded more than 10 feet of space. It’s Smarter Than You Think Despite its tiny footprint, the Kinect is loaded with sensors. To track players in real time it employs an RGB camera, an infrared camera, five microphones and a…

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Review: Orbotix Sphero 2.0

The future of mobile gaming is bright. And round. And rolls on the ground while you steer it from the comfort of your smartphone. At least, that’s Orbotix’s vision of the future. The company first released its Sphero robotic toy in 2011. Now, the ball is back — the newly updated Sphero 2.0 is ready…

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