In a move that just might reignite Mr. T's breakdance career, Lasonic has announced plans to update their classic '80s full-size boombox design to meet the demands of the iPod-toting modern world. That means no more flipping tapes over between headspins and popping routines. It also means that you can fit the soundtrack to Breakin 2: Electric Boogaloo and several Africa Bambaataa mixes onto your Nano to keep the party rockin' 'til the break of dawn.
As recently noted by Will Greenwald, one of Crave's resident gaming experts (not to be confused with Resident Evil), the "Wii Zapper" wasn't exactly what virtual gun slingers had anticipated. Perhaps that's why others are seizing the opportunity with alternative shooting controllers like the "Wii Blaster," which looks a little more convincing.
Coolest-Gadgets says you work it by using the Wiimote as the barrel, attaching it kind of like a bayonet but on the top of the pseudo-weapon, while the Nunchuk slides into the handle. It's not bad for a little over $… Read more
Gaming chairs are great, especially when they're combined with bean bags, but there's only so much they can do in the way of performance--especially where sound is concerned. That's apparently why Pyramat, which makes its own line of chairs, is extending its offerings to include the "Lap Blaster" sound booster.
The device promises to turn any laptop into a "personal home theater experience" by connecting it to two full-range speakers housed in a flat surface that lies under the computer, according to Uber-Review. With an ergonomic design, it can double as a writing … Read more
Thanks to a certain unnamed colleague, Crave often has an inordinate number of posts involving inflatable watercraft. So we feel that apologies are in order for our landlocked readers, especially those in the desert. To show that we're equal-opportunity gadget freaks, today we offer a recreational item that won't be found floating in any backyard pool: a tank. And it's apparently available on Amazon, of all places.