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  • September 7, 2010
    Do you own a Wii? Are you a fan of Dr. Who? No, DOCTOR WHO, that's his name. Huh? OMG I'M GONNA "WHO'S ON FIRST?" YOU IN THE FACE SO HARD YOU'LL WISH YOU NEVER PLAYED LITTLE LEAGUE IF YOU DON'T CUT THAT SHIT OUT. God you piss me off sometimes. Anyway, a Sonic Screwdriver ... / Continue →
  • February 11, 2010
    As a man who has never, and probably will never, see a woman's personals, I can't say one way or the other if the G-Point (instead of spot, get it?) mouse actually does look like a female's nether-region when viewed from above. I do know it looks like a futuristic pool float f... / Continue →
  • January 19, 2010
    Now I know what you're thinking, "Wow, a laser mouse that transforms into a dinosaur -- why didn't I think of that?" And the answer, my budding little inventor, is that you have little to no inventive talent. Sorry but your parents have wanted me to tell you for months. It s... / Continue →
  • January 11, 2010
    This USB keyboard from Smartfish isn't your grandmother's keyboard. No, your grandmother's keyboard is a typewriter. Smartfish's keyboard is motorized and moves every once in awhile to relieve the repetitive stress of spamming on Geekologie. The two halves move apart and tog... / Continue →
  • December 18, 2009
    The Keystick is a keyboard that folds into a stick when not in use for ease of transport and beating people. It was designed by Yoonsang Kim & Eunsung Park and I hope you know when I say it folds into a stick that that it's more like a ruler and less like a tree branch. Just ... / Continue →
  • November 2, 2009
    It was only a matter of time before somebody realized what a cash cow a baby doll Wiimote peripheral would be. Cover your daughter's eyes, it's Baby and Me! Baby and Me comes with a doll, but not just any doll. This doll features a slot for the Wii remote so that the game can... / Continue →
  • October 16, 2009
    There comes a time in every gamer's life when you have to ask yourself, "Is the original manufacturer's controller good enough, or should I opt for a questionably constructed peripheral that looks like a skeletal samurai?" Enter the $25 Warrior USB Joypad. Did I mention the s... / Continue →
  • July 8, 2009
    The i.Saw is allegedly the first USB-powered chainsaw. Supposedly it's real and available for $60 pre-order, but I dunno. I mean, a USB chainsaw would be handy to have around the office, I just question it being a real product. Because $60 sounds a little too good to be true... / Continue →
  • June 29, 2009
    This is probably the most delicious keyboard I've ever seen because I haven't seen a bacon one yet. Unfortunately, like a harmless robot, it doesn't actually exist. BUT IF IT DID. Oh, the things I would do to you. Oh yeah, you like that? You like those Doritos crumbs? Yo... / Continue →
  • June 18, 2009
    Looking to add a little homoerotic flair to your computer? How about the characters from Rocky III performing sit ups in a USB port? Available in Apollo Creed, Rocky and Clubber Lang (who's making the best face) varieties, the $30 port-humpin' fools are sure to get a rise out... / Continue →
  • May 12, 2009
    So this is the first look at the DJ Hero turntable peripheral. As you can see, they make it look like a turntable, but with buttons (and sadly no knobs). Three of them. Let's see, there's a, um, purple one, a yellow one and a....and a....*sniffle* I never learned my colors! ... / Continue →
  • April 30, 2009
    Sadly, the NES Controller Mouse is only conceptual. But, if there's enough consumer interest, I'll step forward and manufacture them myself (read: collect money for pre-orders and skip the country). Capitalism baby, gotta love it. Also, self-conscious strippers and breakfast... / Continue →
  • April 8, 2009
    The $21 LED message mouse has an LED laden fan in it that spins around and displays whatever barely decipherable message you want, while at the same time keeping your hand sweat-free during a particularly intense "gaming" (read: fapping) session. Granted, you won't be able to ... / Continue →
  • March 26, 2009
    People have been going all nuts for arcade-style joysticks since Street Fighter IV dropped, so much in fact that the official $150 FightSticks are sold out everywhere online and fetching around $300 on eBay and other sites. Ain't that some shit! But now you can make your own ... / Continue →
  • February 18, 2009
    So check it: you smell like ass. I'm serious, you're reeking up the interwebz. You need to get yourself some $5 Playstation controller soap from Etsy seller Digitalsoaps. Looking for something a little old schooler? No problem, they sell $8 NES controller bars as well, in s... / Continue →
  • February 10, 2009
    NOTE: VIDEO IS PROBABLY NSFW DEPENDING ON HOW YOUR EMPLOYER FEELS ABOUT A GUY TREATING HIS JUNK LIKE AN ATARI JOYSTICK. Wow, I've seen it all now. And, quite frankly, I'm surprised I didn't see it earlier. (The Joydick is) a wearable haptic device for controlling video gamep... / Continue →
  • January 19, 2009
    Ever wondered what a keyboard would look like if it had Scrabble tiles for keys? This. Finally, you can sleep at night. This keyboard was commissioned by a couple of friends of mine from back east (NJ) who are avid Scrabble players. Most of the keys are made from real Scrabb... / Continue →
  • January 17, 2009
    This NES Controller Varsity Jacket is available for $200* from 80'sTees and has a giant freaking NES controller on the back, hence the name. It's only being made in a limited edition of 1,000 and allegedly they're already running out of several sizes, so if you want one, you b... / Continue →
  • January 14, 2009
    Want to make sure nobody in the office steals your keyboard? Well how about a Klingon one? This exclusive Klingon language keyboard is based on the best selling G83-6000 series keyboards from Cherry. It is a good quality keyboard with 105 keys, PS/2 connection and is availab... / Continue →
  • December 17, 2008
    A Missouri State student returned to his dorm room only to find his XBox 360 had been stolen. But one of the controllers had been left, and was still picking up a signal. So, using the peripheral, the gamer was able hone in on the stolen console. Ketsenburg, who lives in Hut... / Continue →