|09-12-2011 06:35 PM|
Seriously, no idea how many contest I've entered, and this was the first I won!
No idea what I will do with it... :-/
Guess I will have to wait till I get it to see how the parts will be madly combined/integrated together or separately ;-p
Mwuahaha... ahahaha... MWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
... I'm glad I entered and won this for my short trip home.
|09-10-2011 04:11 PM|
|eunoia||WTG madstork! Congrats to all!|
|09-09-2011 12:36 AM|
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|09-07-2011 08:52 PM|
|marfig||Congratulations to the winners!|
|09-07-2011 08:23 PM|
Alright, I might had forgotten to choose winners for this contest right after it ended. The winners of the contest are:
Runner-up #1 (CPU Cooler)
Runner-up #2 (Gaming Mouse)
Huge congrats to madstork for this one. He's one of the oldest members of the site and has never won anything; so it's about time
|09-05-2011 04:41 PM|
@ Optix: SWEET!!! Now that's what I'm talkin' about!!!
|09-04-2011 08:45 PM|
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|09-04-2011 06:04 PM|
Here's my 2nd idea... a bit goofy, but still kind of cool....
A gaming helmet! It would plug in to a USB port and a headphone/mic jack... obviously the helmet would have kick-ass headphones and mic built in, the USB connection would maybe give some slight vibrations to the helmet to simulate explosions, or if you're running the helmet would actually kind of "bounce" a bit to make the running more realistic. To get really advanced, there could be a visor that when flipped down would show the locations of teammates and enemy positions. Something like this would be killer for online COD or BFBC2 (or 3) or for other FPS type games. You could probably figure out a way to make it work with driving games too, or even on a XBOX or PS3 for sports games (Madden Football for example)....
.... just a thought!
|09-04-2011 05:56 PM|
Here's my idea (or my first idea anyway, more may come)....
A wireless fan controller similar to the Sentry LXE, except wireless: the main touch screen & control panel would be wireless and would be built in more of a vertical form vs. the horizontal form of the Sentry LXE. The control panel would be designed to clip on to the side of your LCD monitor (compatible with mounting to either the right or left side) and/or be wall mounted, and possibly include a small stand so it could used on your desk also. If clipped to the side of the LCD monitor, it would have to be a somewhat sturdy mount to avoid bending or unclipping when changing settings. It would communicate wirelessly to a card in a PCIex X1 slot (or std PCI slot, but these are quickly becoming obsolete). This card would have the fan headers (at least 4 fan headers, preferably 6) and obviously a 4pin molex power connector to connect to the power supply to power the fans; the molex power connector would be on an eight inch or 12 inch cable so it would be a bit easier to control cable clutter in the PC case. Perhaps a small antenna would stick out the back of the tower to send/receive the signals to/from the touch screen control panel clipped to the side of your LCD. Having software included that emulates the touch screen control panel would be cool: it would be identical to the touch screen panel but would open in a window on your Windows desktop and you could control all your settings with the mouse also, and you could switch between using the mouse or the touch screen on-the-fly as needed. Obviously, you could hold the touchscreen controller in your hand like a remote control and monitor/change your fan settings from across the room (if you're watching a movie away from the PC, and the fans are too loud, you wouldn't have to get to slow 'em down to make 'em quieter).
Anyway - that's my first idea..... I hope I explained it clearly, and I hope I didn't over-explain it!
|09-03-2011 11:20 PM|
|sh4un||Seriously, switchable colours in anything backlit. I am partial to blue and white, but everyone has different preferences.|
|09-03-2011 11:19 PM|
How about a keyboard and mouse in one. Just glide the keyboard around your desktop, and...
oops, spilled my coffee.
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