Toys Deal: iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S: $20 shipped

Toys Deal: iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S: $20 shipped

9to5mac.com
From 9to5Toys.com: Perfect for any iPhone toting gamer, ThinkGeek offers the iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S for just $19.99 with free shipping. That’s $30 off the $50 list price and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this awesome little game controller. From the manufacturer: Miss the days of hours...
Toys Deal: iCade Jr. Mini Arcade Cabinet for iPhone 4/4S: $20 shipped
                                       

Comments:

Related:

Selling, coding, and playing the "world's largest videogame"

Playing to the Crowd: Gamecasting Goes Mainstream

allthingsd.com
Ever since the first Pong arcade cabinet was installed in a dive bar in Sunnyvale, Calif., video games have been social. But now they’re catching up to the social Web, with an assist from some video-oriented sites and apps. People today watch online gaming videos for two main reasons: To...
Playing to the Crowd: Gamecasting Goes Mainstream

Weekend deals roundup: $1349 Retina MacBook Pro, 50% off ZAGG iPad keyboards, 99 cent apps galore & more

9to5mac.com
From 9to5Toys.com: While you’ve been enjoying your weekend we have been scouring the net for the best deals in consumer electronics.  Most of these deals are only for a limited time so be sure to cash in on these savings if you find a deal you like.  Due to it...
Weekend deals roundup: $1349 Retina MacBook Pro, 50% off ZAGG iPad keyboards, 99 cent apps galore & more

A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

allthingsd.com
I have a self-imposed ban on videogame consoles in my house. It’s not because I hate videogames, it’s because I love them too much. Though it’s getting hard to resist them with all their integrated entertainment features, for the past couple of years I’ve been able to get my fix...
A Game Controller Full of Nostalgia -- And Limitations

10 Mind-Blowing Projects Made With A Tiny $35 Computer

www.businessinsider.com
Raspberry Pi, the $35 Linux computer that's just a tad bigger than a business card, has been phenomenally well-accepted in its first year on the planet. First released in February, 2012, it's makers say they will soon sell their one millionth unit. Thanks to its low cost (there's also a...
10 Mind-Blowing Projects Made With A Tiny $35 Computer
One Million Raspberry Pi Have Been Sold Since Launch
10 Raspberry Pi creations that show how amazing the tiny PC can be
Customizable gamepad makes for perfect introduction to Arduino

These 10 Old-School Gadgets Have Been Reborn In New Tech

www.businessinsider.com
Nostalgia comes from the Greek: Its literal meaning is an ache for the past. Today's gadgets are streamlined and simplified--pure touchscreens stripped of ornament--which spurs our longing for bygone hardware. There's a wave of new technology that scratches that old itch. From the iTypewriter's retro blend of the 20th and...
These 10 Old-School Gadgets Have Been Reborn In New Tech
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?