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Gametech Bear accessory Dualshocks your PSP Go

Gametech Bear accessory Dualshocks your PSP Go

By 5 October 2010

The cool thing about this little device is that it doesn't actually contain any tech. Now, that might seem like a bit of a weird thing for a tech site such as Pocket-lint to be praising, but bear with us whilst we explain. This nifty accessory from Gametech... >>

Nintendo 3DS hardware info updated

Nintendo 3DS hardware info updated

By 22 September 2010

Some new details on the Nintendo 3DS have emerged, namely further hardware specifications. And it seems that instead of a single processor, as many previously expected, the new handheld console will sport twin ARM CPUs. In fact, it's two 266MHz ARM11... >>

Nintendo 3DS hands-on

Nintendo 3DS hands-on

By 15 June 2010

We've just brought you news live from the E3 event out in LA, of Nintendo's announcement of a next-gen DS. The new model - the Nintendo 3DS - takes in the major trend of 3D and slots it into a handheld gaming console - and it's glasses free. What Nintendo... >>

Nintendo 3DS unveiled at E3

Nintendo 3DS unveiled at E3

By 15 June 2010

At the E3 event out in LA, Nintendo has made the announcement of a next-gen DS. The new model - the Nintendo 3DS - takes in the major trend of 3D and slots it into a handheld gaming console - and it's glasses free. What Nintendo promises is greatly improved... >>

Ten free games with a new PSP Go

Ten free games with a new PSP Go

By 27 May 2010

Sony is determined to make a success of the PSP. We told you recently how it would be launching an Essentials range of titles, where older games would be available for less than £10. Now we bring you the news that if you registered your Sony PSP Go after... >>

Medion launches its first UMPC

Medion launches its first UMPC

By 20 April 2007

Medion has stepped into the ultra-mobile product market with its UMPC RIM 1000 range, it’s a full functioning handheld PC - not to be mistaken for a smartphone. The device incorporates all the key Windows software, is Wi-Fi compatible and supports Bluetooth... >>

Fujitsu go ultra-light

Fujitsu go ultra-light

By 17 April 2007

Going for ultra-small as is the trend with most Japanese electronic gadgets, Fujitsu unveil its latest convertible tablet PC. Fujitsu is introducing another pair of ultralight models of handheld PCs on the market. However, compared to previous models,... >>


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