Infographic: The Evolution of the Playstation

Picture Infographic: The Evolution of the Playstation

February 24, 2014

You don't get to over 300 million consoles sold without making a few hardware changes. Thanks to http://wish.co.uk for sharing this!

"8BitMemory" Upcycles Old Cartridges into USB Memory Sticks

Picture "8BitMemory" Upcycles Old Cartridges into USB Memory Sticks

February 07, 2014

pfffft. That's nothing, I store my files on ACTUAL old nintendo cartridges... my resume weighs 40 pounds.

Filed Under   nintendo   crafts   etsy   hardware
6 Awesome Playstation Facts

Video 6 Awesome Playstation Facts

November 26, 2013

Gaming History Lesson, Hardware Teardown, or Stop Motion Animated Short? Yes. 

Filed Under   playstation   ps1   hardware   teardown
Game Controllers "Deconstructed"

Picture Game Controllers "Deconstructed"

November 19, 2013

My god, it's full of... fiddly bits.

Article The Large Pixel Collider: The Most Redonkulous Gaming Rig Ever

By Jake Young / November 18, 2013

The Large Pixel Collider: The Most Redonkulous Rig Ever

 

The PC Master race just got another reason to be smug. From the twisted machinations of PC Gamer magazine (formerly the world's premiere source of demo cds and demo cd based news) comes this mammoth machine that was created for the sole purpose of running and capturing high-end PC games at resolutions beyond 4K. The actual cost of the machine is almost a parody of PC gaming excesses. It has 4 Nvidia Titan graphics cards costing $1000 a pop and the 64 GB of onboard RAM alone is priced at over $3300. The whole rig needs a custom-built liquid cooling system, and will have an electricity bill equal to that of South Korea. What's really impressive is, as is true of all high-end gaming PCs, it's a great preview of what specs your phone will have in 20 years.

Filed Under   technology   pc gaming   internerd   hardware   pc gamer
A Factual Teardown of the Original NES

Video A Factual Teardown of the Original NES

November 08, 2013

Turns out, all your childhood memories had  only 2 kilobytes onboard.

Filed Under   nintendo   nes   technology   hardware