Griffin’s RoadDock for the Sony PSP is the perfect accessory for the long trips. This accessory straps onto your headrest which enables you to watch movies on without having to hold the Sony PSP. Via Kotaku.
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Many say that the Sony PSP is a better product for viewing movies than the Nintendo DS. Although they are right, Datel has released a 4GB hard drive/movie player for the DS. The package comes with MAX Media Player cartride, 4GB HDD, Media Manager Software which converts media for the DS, High-Speed USB 2.0 Cable, and User Manual. The bundle is available here for $179.00. Via Gadget Madness.
For all the 2.7 Firmware users, here’s a flash based portal that includes 13 videos, 59 games and 60 links. Some of the games include duck hunt, mini golf, bush shootout, pong and more. Most games work in fast speeds, but the larger files work slower. You can download the 33MB portal here and the 24MB portal that has 7 videos removed here. Via Die Hard D of the PSP Forums.
According to Sega’s VP of Marketing Scott Steinberg, the Nintendo Wii will reportedly cost $200 or less. The Nintendo Wii will be the cheapest Next-Gen console between Xbox 360 and the PS3. Be on the look out for the new things to come from Nintendo. The games will be pretty amazing and features new technology that just gets better and better. Via Alpha Blog.
The Gemei X-720 is on of its kind in the portable media player category. The X-720 comes with a NES emulator, 3-inch display, camera, SD card slot, and an FM tuner. The X-720 is availabe in 512MB or 1GB in storage and supports MP3, WMA, JPEG, BMP, GIF, and AVI. The Gemei X-720 is available now for $141 in China. Via ITechNews.