To quote: "This new security kit features a steel security plate which attaches to the back of the PlayStation 3 console in less than 60 seconds and does not require any special tools. Once attached simply slide the security cable through the slot in the security plate and secure to any nearby fixture.
Finally a theft protection product for your most valuable game console. Perfect for use in dorm rooms, home or office.
The PlayStation 3 Security Kit includes a interlocking steel plate assembly, padlock with 2 keys and 8' steel wire security cable. Retail is $29.95 and can be ordered directly from our Web site."
274w ago - DieH@rd of NeoGAF shared news that a new English version of PSP Remote Joy was released today, and with it you can play (or capture screens and videos via pressing escape first after configuring the options) your PSP games on PC via USB cable.
Resize & Fullscreen are supported, PS1 games are not playable, controllers are supported (PS2, PS3).
PSP OFF LCD screen is running to correct me. 3 seconds mouse cursor and mouse operation to disappear. PSP model to determine the image data available to address how to use it. Some changes to the setup screen. PC / PSP both in the processing speed of some improvement.
* POPS HOME assigned to the button in the PSP HOME behavior different from when I pushed the button.
* Volume of special keys and will be key to work properly.
* XMB returned to the game when an odd process may occur in the fall.
* ALT + ENTER: full-screen / window mode switch
* ESC: Menu
* F1: FPS, color display...
276w ago - No doubt you're familiar with the Universal Serial Bus - we ranked it as our top PC innovation of all time. But what do you know about the next version of this ubiquitous interface? USB 2.0 (otherwise known as USB Hi-Speed) boosted the original 12Mbps data rate to 480Mmb/s over eight years ago, and now USB 3.0 (dubbed USB Superspeed) is set to multiply that bandwidth tenfold.
The USB Implementers Forum (led by Intel) released the USB 3.0 spec to hardware partners last week after some reported disputes with AMD and Nvidia (who, afraid Intel would have a jump start in incorporating the tech in chipsets, threatened to develop their own USB standard). But how does this affect you? We dug up some new information about USB 3.0, got our hands on the new connectors, and even took a look inside the new cables.
USB 3.0 will be backwards-compatible with USB 2.0 Like the upgrade from USB 1.1 to 2.0, the new 3.0 connectors and cables will be physically and functionally compatible with hardware from the older specs. Of course, you won't be able to maximize your bandwidth unless you're using a USB 3.0 cable with Superspeed devices and ports, but at least plugging a 3.0 cable into a 2.0 port won't blow up your PC. The spec's compatibility lies in the design of the new connectors.
The cable converts the analog singal to a digital one and acts as a HDMI digital signal solution for HDMI-less Xbox 360's, while also sporting an extra RCA socket and optical socket for connection to speakers.
The cable also comes with an HDMI to DVI adapter so it can be used on a PC as well as an HD TV. According to the manufacturer, the new XCM 1080p HDMI Cable will automatically detect and play any Xbox 360 Game or DVD Movie disc.