Newer NuCube Vertical Case For Apple Mac Mini

Newer has unveiled their new NuVube Vertical case designed for Apple’s Mac Mini system. Allowing you to reclaim a little more desktop space by positioning your already small Mac Mini on its side.

Each NuVube Vertical case is handcrafted from 3/8″ thick polished clear acrylic, and has been designed to provide a look that harkens back to the acclaimed PowerMac G4 Cube, says Newer.

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TOAST iPhone Speaker Dock

We have featured quite a few different iPhone docks here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is from a company called Gavio and it looks like they have taken their design inspiration from the household toaster.

The TOAST speaker iPhone dock is obviously designed to be used in your kitchen, just make sure you don’t mix it up with your toaster, and place your iPhone in the wrong one.

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Casio’sLatest G-Shock Watch Will Connect To Your Smartphone

It looks like Casio has a new G-Shock watch in the works, and the device is designed to connect to your smartphone and display incoming calls and text messages from certain smartphones.

According to the guys over at TechCrunch, this new G-Shock watch will work with NEC’s new Medias LTE N-04D Android smartphone, and it will also display emails as well as texts.

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MAME Arcade Game Emulator Arrives On Google Chrome

If you were a little too slow downloading the The MAME Acrade Emulator, which made a very brief appearance in Apple’s iTunes App Store, before being pulled by Apple. You might be pleased to learn that its now available on Google’s Chrome Browser.

The MAME arcade emulator has been designed to emulate arcade classics and  been ported to Google Chrome by Robert Muth. But remember some of the ROMs required to play the games are of course copyrighted.


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PS Vita Plays Genesis Games Using Double Emulator Technique (video)

Sony’s new PS Vita gaming console which has been recently launched and only been available for under a month. Has now been tweaked to allow user to be able to play Sega Genesis games.

The Sega games are played using a double emulator technique using the homebrew Genesis emulator originally built for the PSP, running inside the Vita’s own PSP emulation software. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Asus Transformer Prime Features Locked Bootloader

Asus recently launched their first quad core tablet, the Asus Transformer Prime, which is powered by the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, and comes with Android 3.2 Honeycomb.

Now it would appear that the guys from the XDA developers have discovered that the Transformer Prime comes with a locked bootloader, just like HTC did with some of their previous devices.

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Mass Effect Monopoly

Mass Effect fans who also enjoy a game of Monopoly, are definitely going to enjoy this classic game modification inspired by Elisabeth Redel’s Fallout Monopoly game. The Mass Effect Monopoly version has been built by Tommy LeRoy and includes some great design features which reflect the Mass Effect game series perfectly.

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Samsung Core Trademark For Smartphones And Tablets Revealed

Samsung is expected to launch a new quad core smartphone at MWC 2012 next month, the Samsung Galaxy S III, and now a new trademark filing for tablets and smartphones has been revealed called the ‘Samsung Core’.

It isn’t clear as yet what Samsung intends to use the ‘Samsung Core’ trademark for, whether it will be a single device or the company may intend to use it for a number of devices like they did with their Samsung Galaxy trademark.

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Perch Helps You Remember Your Charger Cables

A new product will be showcased at this years CES show in Vegas called Perch, which has been designed to help you remember not leave your charging cables in hotels when travelling.

Designed by LPS the Perch has been created to be inserted between the plug socket and your charging cable, and will emit an audible beep when your smartphone or device which has been charging is removed from its charging cable. Reminding you to make sure you also pack the cable as well as your device. If it is not yet time to unplug the charger, the beep can be silenced with the push of a button.


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Motorola Droid 4 Poses For The Camera

We are expecting the new Motorola Droid 4 to land on Verizon Wireless some time this month, and now we have some actual photos of the device along with some more specifications.

The guys over at Technobuffalo managed to get their hands on the Motorola Droid 4, whcih you can see in the photos below, and we now know that it comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Skullcandy KidRobot Mix Master Headphones Unveiled

Skullcandy has added a new line of headphones to its range in the form of the new Skullcandy KidRobot Mix Master headphones. Which are now available to purchase for around $300, and come complete with their very own 3-inch chrome-plated Dunny.

The new Skullcandy KidRobot Mix Master are over-ear in design and equipped with Propriety Mylar Drivers which are approved by Mix Master Mike. Sporting a Frequency Response: 20-20K Hz, Impedance: 100 ohms with 50mm speakers.

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Shogun Bros. Assassins Creed Revelations Chameleon X-1 Mouse Announced

Shogun Bros. has just announced a new version of their Chameleon X-1 Mouse, and this Assassins Creed Revelations themed mouse will be officially launched at CES 2012 later this month.

The new Chameleon X-1 Mouse with be available in two different colors, ‘Altair white’ and ‘Ezio grey’ and it comes with some antique decorated leather on the mouse buttons.

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