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Video games are one of the coolest things that computer technology has brought us. It started with blocky pixels and a ton of fun, and is now larger than the movie industry. Since Ubergizmo founders Eliane and Hubert have both worked in the video games industry, we will always look at Game Tech as something special.

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LEGO Star Wars Armor Case

10/05/2009, Check out this protective case for the DS Lite – it is made out of a LEGO base plate on both top and bottom sides, letting you decorate it according to your creativity where you can also take advantage of the included LEGO Star Wars tile mosaic. Of...

Gaming Towers for Xbox and Wii owners

10/05/2009, Have a bunch of controller as well as titles for your console at home that you are just having a generally hard time trying to keep all of them in place? Fret not – the Xbox 360 Generations Gaming Tower and the Wii Aspect Gaming Tower are here to...

PSP Go modded

10/04/2009, The PSP Go might just have been released, but that has not stopped avid modders Flasher and Roro3030 from giving it a go. They’ve blinged up the PSP Go the techno way, by throwing in a bunch of fancy LEDs that light up to go along with your copy of...

Xbox XCM Blue Blood Controller

10/03/2009, If you’re bored of your bog standard Xbox 360 controller, you would always consider modding it, but if that seems to troublesome and messy, then you could always go pick up a cool and already-modded one off the shelf. Enter the XCM Blue Blood, which...

NVIDIA Fermi-based Cards Coming Soon

10/03/2009, If the recent news of NVIDIA’s GT300 wasn’t enough to get ATI sweating, it looks like the latest tidbit that NVIDIA will be launching three Fermi-based graphics cards, all supporting DirectX 11, should really give ATI a heart attack. The first...

MSI GT640 Gaming Laptop With Core i7

10/03/2009, Gaming laptops seem to be making a comeback, and manufacturers are certainly looking to have their fair share of the profits. Next up in line is the something from MSI’s G-series, the MSI GT640 gaming laptop. Powered by Intel’s latest Core i7...

PSP Go is now official

10/02/2009, The Sony PSP Go is finally available, where you can choose from Piano Black and Ceramic White colors, making a beeline to all major retailers in both North America and Europe. Those living across the Atlantic will have to fork out more in terms of...

Xbox 360 Holiday bundles

09/29/2009, The Xbox 360 will come in a couple of Holiday bundles this year, where the Xbox 360 Elite Holiday Bundle comprises of an Xbox 360 Elite alongside a full retail copy of Lego Batman: The Videogame and Pure. It will ship to folks in Canada and the US for...

NES Cartridge Hard Disk

09/27/2009, At first glance, it’s just your run-of-the-mill NES cartridge, but upon closer inspection, you’ll notice that it’s been modified (some people say desecrated) to hold a 160GB hard drive. It’s certainly one of the cooler hard disk...

One-handed Xbox 360 controller

09/24/2009, Ben Heck has come up with a one-handed Xbox 360 controller for that added difficulty level after you have mastered a particular game using both hands. He has introduced a semi-intrusive joystick that does away with the need for the left side of the...

Miruko eyeball-shaped robot

09/24/2009, Don’t you think the Miruko robot is creepy? This wearable eyeball-shaped cyber lifeform comes with an integrated camera and Wi-Fi connectivity, helping one augment one’s perception by sensing and reacting to objects which normally cannot be...

Joytron Singibigi joystick

09/24/2009, For once, you find an arcade joystick that doesn’t rely fully on plastic as its chassis. The Joytron Singibigi joystick takes a more natural approach by wrapping the joystick in a natural looking wood finish, which brings back fond memories of the...

Alienware M15x has fastest mobile processor in the world

09/23/2009, The latest Alienware M15x notebook from Dell will tout the fastest mobile processor in the world, where its Intel i7 processor will be pulling the strings from within. This 15″ machine will come with a choice of a 1.6 GHz Intel Core i7 720QM, a...