ThinkGeek ▪ December 11, 2012
ThinkGeek ▪ April 1, 2012
There are a lot of interesting announcements this Sunday morning. Here is a rundown, but make sure to hit us with anything else you find in the comments below.
iFixit offers a special tool for opening the new iPad, which is reinforced with extra glue:
From the makers of Doxie comes Shreddie, the portable document shredder.
O2 has a phone that will last for 1,000 hours of talk time:
Adblock is showing LOLcats today:
Google, which seems to give every department a mission for today, has a bunch of great stuff:
ThinkGeek ▪ February 13, 2012
ThinkGeek gave us a glimpse at an upcoming iCADE controller mimicking the classic Nintendo controller layout and decorated with a retro 8-bit themed graphics. The “8-Bitty” is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, connects over Bluetooth (two AAA batteries required), and is compatible with all iCADE supported games, including the Atari Classics collection. Unfortunately, you are going to have to wait until later this year when ThinkGeek starts selling them for $25. You can sign up now to be notified by email when it does become available.
You will also want to keep your eyes out for three new iCade models we recently told you about during CES 2012. One of which is the iCade Mobile ($79.99) that is iPhone and iPod touch compatible, and it allows you to dock your device for a PSP-like handheld experience. That model and updated iPad arcade cabinets are expected to launch in the coming months.
ThinkGeek ▪ January 8, 2011
ION has partnered with Atari®, the first name in classic arcade games, to bring a huge suite of classic arcade titles including Asteroids® to market with iCade support built right in. Grab hold of iCADE’s full-sized joystick and smash the arcade buttons for commanding control of iPad’s on-screen action. This truly unique arcade cabinet and game-controller for iPad will provide hours of action and nostalgia for years to come. Enter the iCADE and go back to the future
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