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Believe it or not, it's been over a year since Team Xtender's XFPS for Xbox 360 was released and lambasted for its sketchy handling of mice inputs. Thankfully, it seems the crew got the message, and has attempted to remedy the issue on its latest contraption, the XFPS RateUp for PS3. According to ...

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Evolving from the designs of Team Xtender's past mods, the ii-Hot Rock case aims to do more than just light the Wii with colorful LEDs. The $62.95 shell comes equipped with a digital thermometer that displays the console's internal temperature, and the LEDs shift with that measurement. Every 5°...

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The same folks who brought us the unfortunately less-than-impressive XFPS module have apparently busted out their own rendition of the ever-popular tilt sensitive mod for the Xbox 360's controller. Apparently, these folks tend to get their points across best via video, and Xbox-Scene has a brief cli...

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We're all about keeping things nice and well kempt, and if you're the type who's sporting a house full of consoles, you know precisely how difficult a clean wiring solution is to maintain. Helping to clear out that rat's nest of cabling is XCM -- those same folks who brought us the XFPS -- which is ...

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We're all about keeping things nice and well kempt, and if you're the type who's sporting a house full of consoles, you know precisely how difficult a clean wiring solution is to maintain. Helping to clear out that rat's nest of cabling is XCM -- those same folks who brought us the XFPS -- which is ...

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The XFPS -- a nifty adapter that allows keyboard and mouse controls on 360 -- showed up on our front step today. We have to admit the UPS guy was crazy good at evading our automated Nerf turrets. Naturally we tore right into the package, revealing an ordinary cardboard box. Inside of that was the X...

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While product announcements are certainly thrilling at times, there's really nothing better than getting some live action video to spy before you buy. We've seen Wowwee's FlyTech Dragonfly buzzing around T3's headquarters, and we've witnessed Doom being played on an OLPC XO, but now we've got seve...

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TeamXtender, the bad boys of 360 case design, are at it again. This time they have released a new design called Chameleon, which (surprise) changes colors using LEDs. Perhaps more interesting is their new custom design featuring the Master Chief (shown at right). Presumably, TeamXtender will offer c...

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It looks like the long awaited chrome controller shell from Team Xtender is nearing production. More than just a shell, this mod puts LEDs in each button, making your controller glow like radioactive skittles. Who wouldn't want that? See a nice glowing shot after the break....

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TeamXtender has released the XCM 360 Full Chrome Case mod. Those dying to be the king of bling can pick it up now from DecalGirl. It's sure to be a hit a parties and attract more fingerprints than an iPod and PSP put together. As an added bonus, the chrome case goes great with the chrome controlle...

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Team Xtender just announced the winner of the XCM 360 Full Case side panel design contest. The winning design -- entitled "Black Knight" -- was created by a mysterious individual known only as Hector, and comes in both red and blue LED varieties. Team Xtender plans to run a small production of this...

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Constantly moving your 360 from screen to screen? VGA connection in the office, component downstairs, S-video at Grandma's place, regular old composite in the laundry room? No, you don't? Neither do we...but apparently somebody does, 'cause Team Xtender's new XCM360 5 Output Cable provides five se...

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After hearing about Team Xtender's faceplate series, Tacohead at lowdown411 got a little carried away. He ordered all five of them! Overall, he seems pleased with the one he assembled... wait. Assembled? Apparently, some of the pieces come unassembled. That, in and of itself, isn't so bad, but ther...

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