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ErgoDex DX1

The ErgoDex DX1 keyboard is extremely unique. Basically, you have an electronic board onto which you can place keys which can be put anywhere you like. Check out the above configuration one gamer uses, optimized for EverQuest II. The directional keys are smack dab in the middle, and the F-keys are nicely lined down the side.

I use the DX1 to play Everquest II. I have laid the keys out in the shape of my hand. Everything is set up so that the keys are easy to reach from my fingers. My most often used keys are near my easiest to use fingers (index, middle, and thumb). Keys that I don’t use often are out near my pinky. I use about 47 Ergodex keys in my layout. My moving and turning keys are in the center. I use three keys with my thumb: cycle target, jumping, and missile attack.

The system includes the USB pad, the tray, and 25 configurable keys. If you want one, be prepared to drop 150 bones to get one.

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Samsung DuoCam VM-F7500

Samsung has brought the DuoCam VM-F7500 to Korea, and it looks very similar to the SC-D6550 which is available elsewhere. This is another camcorder, digital camera hybrid with a 5 MP CCD and a 900x digital zoom. The nice thing here is that it can shoot in the 16:9 aspect ratio, making its user that much more leet.

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Gear Live E3 2005 PodcastYou guys asked for it, and we are happy to deliver. This is our first Podcast here on Gear Live, so feel free to drop us any requests, thoughts, or even complaints. In our initial show, we give our pre-E3 thoughts on Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo. If you are into gaming, pull yourself away from OurColony.net and take a listen.

Voices: Andru Edwards, Oscar Cantu, Jesse Easley
Length: 47:41, 21.8 MB

You can listen to, or download, the audio in MP3 format here. You can also subscribe to our Podcast feed by adding this URL to your Podcast client.

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DescriptionClive Solari and David Francis of D3 Designs have developed the Vase Deferens. As you can see, it holds a single flower upright in a chic sort of manner. What u don’t see is the 35ml of water housed inside of the Vase Deferens. For all intents and purposes, this is a flower vase which allows the flower to enjoy a more natural posture, using its own strength to stand.

(Thanks Cin!)

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PSP LAN Party

The PSP is one heck of a little game system that promises almost Star Trek-like wireless multi-player gaming. You can have a Wireless LAN gaming session with friends without having to carry a desktop PC, string Ethernet all over some dank basement, or worry about some loser running an aim-bot. But alas one of the problems of many PSP gamers is that not that many of one’s friends have invested their two hundred and fifty bucks for a PSP of their very own. How cool would it be to throw your own public PSP wireless LAN party?

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PSP LAN Party

The is one heck of a little game system that promises almost Star Trek-like wireless multi-player gaming. You can have a Wireless LAN gaming session with friends without having to carry a desktop PC, string Ethernet all over some dank basement, or worry about some loser running an aim-bot. But alas one of the problems of many PSP gamers is that not that many of one’s friends have invested their two hundred and fifty bucks for a PSP of their very own. How cool would it be to throw your own public PSP wireless LAN party?


SanDisk Pro Duo PSP ReviewI know how elusive the 1 GB Pro Duo Memory Sticks have been, but it looks like we will soon have one in to review for you all. Until then, check out this review of SanDisk’s 256 MB Pro Duo and how it works with the PSP.

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G3 Beer Dispenser

And Apple fans continue to find ways to prove that Macs are cooler than Windows-based PC’s. In all actuality, you have to give it to whoever came up with this. Modding an old Mac G3 into a beer dispensing, futuristic looking tower? That is certainly thinking different.

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Revenge of the Sith

In this week’s edition of “The Final Cut”, Devin takes a look at some of the upcoming films hitting theaters in the next few weeks. Last week she gave us a look at the background of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. The summer movie season it at the helm, y’all:

The month of May is here, and with it comes the beginning of the summer movie season.  We’ve got many great films to look forward to this summer, and May is no exception, giving us something to look forward to each Friday.  From Mindhunters, a movie that finished filming in May 2002 and has had many release dates in the past years(I actually first saw the trailer to this when I saw Bad Santa at the theater), to the highly anticipated Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith on May 19th, May certainly has more then enough to draw anyone to the theater.  Here is a run down of what first two Fridays of what May has to offer:

Click to continue reading The Final Cut:  The Beginning of the Summer Movie Season Has Much to Offer


JVC XA-A50JVC has jumped head first into the “low storage space MP3 ‘phones” arena. The XA-A50 headphones provide a whopping 128 MB of storage, supporting both the MP3 and DRM-protected WMA formats. At least it’s power conscious, providing 20 hours of play time via one AAA battery. Looks like this thing will cost about $150 USD - or you can just take that and buy an iPod shuffle which holds ten-times the content.

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