Trust raises the bar for the pedal-to-the metal type. They’ve just released two new USB gamer steering wheels, the GM-3200 and GM-3400, and Trust didn’t lack in upgrades.
The GM-3200 is for the tiny-tikes looking to break-it-loose with a smaller wheel diameter for smaller hands and rubber coating for optimal grip and sensitivity of wheel. The 3200 also comes with sturdy clamp and suction cup so nothing shakes loose.
The GM-3400 is the vibration feedback steering wheel version of the earlier GM-3100 series wheel. The vibration feedback technology should provide one of the most realistic experiences available. This too, comes with
Hatano Denki updated the original RayTrace with RayTrace2. First things first, destroy all the bombs with the Ray. Next lead the Ray to the goal via the mirrors. There are 48 stages in RayTrace2 which I believe is 36 more then the original.
A German software company (Derbrill) now offers Drops for U3 flash drives. This U3 game is fast paced and very addictive.
Drops is a cross between Bejeweled, Connect Four and Tetris. Open U3 Drops and a screen with colored balls appears. Simply click the group of balls connected with the same color to score points. The more in a group the better your score. Although not difficult at first glance,
David Wilson has been hard at work at making sure the rest of us…well…don’t work. He’s now updated a driver to run the USB missile launcher from a Mac. From what David has published this will work on all Dream Cheeky products (USB Circus Cannon) along with some other brands.
Nyko brought us the Xbox customizable faceplate and they now bring a USB hub for the Xbox. The Multi-Reader 360 allows you to get the most out of your Xbox. This 3 port USB hub plugs directly into the Xbox 360 allowing
Microsoft hardware joined forces with gaming peripheral innovator Razer. The result is a fantastic, 2000DPI Microsoft Habu Gaming Mouse. The Microsoft Habu is jam-packed with technologies that will give gamers a performance edge in a comfortable shape. The black bullet has interchangeable side button panels to provide gamers with two options for different hand sizes or preferences. Odd feature, but unerstandable.