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    Re: GAME HARDWARE

    get all teh razor products and G5 and G15 logitech stuff

    Wolf Claw keyboards

    and this isn't exactly hardware they are peripherals

    Hardware cant really be categorized as gaming

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    Re: GAME HARDWARE

    get all teh razor products and G5 and G15 logitech stuff

    Wolf Claw keyboards

    and this isn't exactly hardware they are peripherals

    Hardware cant really be categorized as gaming

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    Re: GAME PERIPHERALS

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    Re: GAME PERIPHERALS

    I have these: (and yes, they own )



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    Re: GAME PERIPHERALS

    I have these: (and yes, they own )



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    Re: GAME PERIPHERALS

    And you didn't think it was possible... Get COLOR into your game!




    For about $125 you can get that PsP to match your interior decor. Go to http://www.colorwarepc.com/c-19-consoles.aspx

    PsP3... [spoiler] [/spoiler]

    XBox360...[spoiler] [/spoiler]

    Guitar Hero... [spoiler][/spoiler]

    iMac... [spoiler][/spoiler]

    and much more. The site is kind of cool as you can test different color combinations online. Still, my money is going into a better vid card, nuff said. :P



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    Re: GAME PERIPHERALS & HARDWARE

    HD280Pro

    Quote Originally Posted by Deicide
    get a set of Sennheiser HD-280 Pro for less than 100$ online
    Shop around....

    http://www.sennheiserusa.com/newsite...transid=004974

    Item No. 004974

    Short Description
    The HD280 Professional is Sennheiser's most significant closed, circumaural headphone to be introduced in years. Designed to exceed the demands of the professional environment, the HD280Pro boasts extremely robust construction combined with extensive features that meet the requirements of today's most demanding applications. The unique collapsible design combined with swiveling ear cups, offers maximum flexibility in any application.
    Features
    Closed, dynamic stereo headphones
    Accurate, linear sound reproduction for critical monitoring applications
    Optimum impedance ensures universal compatability
    Space saving design features collapsible, rotating earcups
    Up to 32 dB of ambient noise attenuation
    Neodymium magnets for high maximum SPL
    Single-sided, coiled cable with 3.5 mm mini jack with locking 1/4" adapter
    Very comfortable, even if used for long periods of time
    Rugged construction with user-replaceable parts
    2 year warranty

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    and even with a el-cheapo off the shelf XFI you can get for 30-40$ you'll hear everything there is to hear.

    X-FI

    http://www.x-fi.com/

    This little device packs a serious punch. 100% plug-and-play. No drivers or installation. Connect instantly to your notebook, PC, Mac or even your MP3 player. It's that easy to get Xtreme Fidelity sound for crystal clarity and amazing surround sound.

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    3D Glasses from Nvidia


    Upgrade your PC to a fully immersive stereoscopic 3D experience with NVIDIA® 3D Vision™. A combination of high-tech wireless glasses and advanced software, 3D Vision automatically transforms hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D. In addition, you can watch 3D movies and 3D digital photographs in eye popping, in crystal-clear quality. Give your eyes something to talk about with 3D Vision.




    NVIDIA 3D Vision Game Support
    NVIDIA® 3D Vision™ automatically transforms hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D right out of the box, without the need for special game patches. By leveraging The Way It’s Meant to be Played™ program and its close relationships with game developers, NVIDIA® provides a terrific 3D gaming experience.

    http://www.nvidia.com/object/3D_Vision_3D_Games.html


    Some of the games we might be playing that work with this technology include:


    (listed as 3D Vision Ready)
    Batman: Arkham Asylum
    Biohazard 5
    Resident Evil 5


    (listed as Excellent)
    Battlefield 2
    Call of Duty 4
    Call of Duty World at War
    Company of Heroes
    Company of Heroes Opposing Fronts
    Devil May Cry 4
    Devil May Cry 4 (DX10)
    F.E.A.R.
    F.E.A.R. Perseus Mandate
    Fallout 3
    Far Cry
    Far Cry 2
    Frontlines Fuel of War
    Gears of War
    Half-Life 2 - Episode 2
    Half-Life 2 - Portal
    Half-Life 2 - Team Fortress 2
    Hitman Contracts
    Left 4 Dead
    Medal of Honor Airborne
    Unreal Tournament 2004
    Unreal Tournament III

    (listed as Good)
    ARMA - Combat Operations
    Battlefield 1942 The Road to Rome
    Battlefield 2142
    Battlefield 2142
    Battlefield Vietnam
    Battlestations: Midway
    BioShock
    Brothers in Arms Road to Hill 13
    Call of Duty 2
    Crysis
    Crysis Warhead (DirectX 9 and 10)
    Crysis Wars
    Ghost Recon
    Half-Life 2
    Half-Life 2 - Episode 1
    Halo 2
    Halo Combat Evolved
    Medal of Honor - Pacific Assault
    Men of Valor: Vietnam
    Men of War
    Mercenaries 2
    Necrovision
    Prototype
    Rainbow 6 Vegas 2
    Red Faction 2
    Tom Clancy's EndWar
    World in Conflict
    World in Conflict Soviet Assault


    (listed as FAIR)
    Armed Forces
    Battlefield 1942
    Battlestrike: Forces of Resistance
    Battlestrike: The Road to Berlin
    Battlestrike: Western and Eastern Front
    Call of Juarez DX9
    Call of Juarez (DX10)
    Call of Juarez
    Ghost Recon Advanced Warfghter
    Ghost Recon Advanced Warfghter 2


    (listed as POOR)
    Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising
    Battlestations: Pacific
    Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood

    (not recommended)
    Wolfenstein (2009)

    check out the full list of all games supported with the link noted above.




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    Not sure if you are ready to buy?
    Bundled with select NVIDIA® GeForce® GPUs, NVIDIA 3D Vision Discover glasses offer a sneak peek at stereoscopic 3D with your existing desktop LCD monitor.

    Learn more on this offer here: http://www.nvidia.com/object/3D_Visi...over_Main.html


    Try it out!




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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    I was at fry's electronics a couple months ago and saw and play around with this. I watched a movie in it. It was pretty tight!

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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    I was at fry's electronics a couple months ago and saw and play around with this. I watched a movie in it. It was pretty tight!

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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    I would imagine that it would be an advantage to see in 3D, especially if you're hiding behind bushes or in grass... if 'one eye' is blocked by a blade of grass, at least there's a chance that the other eye will see beyond.

    I'd be up for it on my system if I ever replace my card, I wonder if they have other store demonstrations around where you can check it out?



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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    The only problem is, the game/movie must be 3D compatible or this won't work. So does your monitor or tv.

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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    The only problem is, the game/movie must be 3D compatible or this won't work. So does your monitor or tv.

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    I think so too, has anyone ever tried this before ?

    Or seen a movie with 3D glasses, how was that ?

    Never done that before
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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    I think so too, has anyone ever tried this before ?

    Or seen a movie with 3D glasses, how was that ?

    Never done that before
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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    actually i found a red/blue pair of glasses my daughter had and looked at the still images... it is pretty cool, but the red/blue turns everything you see into gray (not so cool). But the main system isn't red/blue but flickering i think (see below), like Moreno pointed out, you'll need the card, a compatible game, and the correct monitor. All totally a few thousand dollars I think.


    I think flickering works like this: The image on the screen flashes while one lens on the glasses closes leaving one eye to see what is on the screen. Then the same thing is repeated for the second eye. The process happens so fast that the brain thinks it is seeing a non-flickering 3D image as the brain merges the two images.

    A non-flickering method is polarization... the image on the screen is polarized or split by crystal like surface allowing a polarized glasses to see two images, one for each eye. Not too sure if this is how polarized works. I don't think it's used for games.



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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    It's rather cool, almost like you are in the 'real world' .

    It must be said, I know that in the beginning of "the movies", cinema, people would get really scared when a train would bump towards them (obviously that didn't happen, was just cinema )

    Below is something as a virtual reality helmet, in the future this might get popular for game(r)s ...



    article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head-mounted_display
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    Re: 3D Glasses from Nvidia

    It's rather cool, almost like you are in the 'real world' .

    It must be said, I know that in the beginning of "the movies", cinema, people would get really scared when a train would bump towards them (obviously that didn't happen, was just cinema )

    Below is something as a virtual reality helmet, in the future this might get popular for game(r)s ...



    article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head-mounted_display
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