Toys for the big boys: The Simpod 1 Simulator

Posted in Electronics, Games on October 5th, 2012
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SimPod-Simulator Do you love driving video arcades or driving simulators? If you do, then you will fall in love (and drool) with the Simpod 1 rom Simroom. It is a human-sized receptacle that brings avid gamers to another dimension, the world of racing.

The SimPod is a huge Formula 1 simulator that is designed to lock the gamer inside the race track environment using a gul wing door similar to today’s sportscars and a domed gaming screen that gives you a 360-degree view of the gaming environment.

The machine will occupy a big space at home but it looks really nice. The frame and panels are made from a combo of aluminum and silver with features that can be added as options by the consumer.

Who does not want this in his room? The only issue is that you need to burn about $25,000 to enjoy SimPod 1 Simulator.

Get Your PS3 Totally Blinged Out

Posted in Games on November 23rd, 2009
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ps3-goldHave you noticed the tendency for everything, every little thing, to get dipped in gold or diamonds or Swarovski crystals lately? iPhones and other cell phones, gaming consoles, dresses, cars, pool tables — you name it and it has been gold plated and diamond dipped or it will be at some point in the near future.

And guess what’s next? The PS3. As you can see here, it is the latest technological wonder to get dressed in gold. It is officially touted as the PS3 Supreme. It is coated with a whopping sixteen hundred grams of pure, solid gold. Any gamers out there who can get their hands on this thing will never be called a geek again. Maybe a total spendthrift, but probably not a geek.

However, only three of them are available, and only at the sky high price of £199,995.00.

Queen of England gets Gold-Plated Wii

Posted in Electronics, Gadgets, Games on May 25th, 2009
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The Queen of England is getting a Gold-Plated Wii, according to Luxury Blog Brian pwns. Stylish?

GOLD PLATED WII

Not really.

But I guess it fits the interior in Buckingham Palace. :p