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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 I...

January 28th 2008 at 11:01pm 0 Comments
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var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/mods/Temperature_monitoring_case_mod_for_the_Wii'; 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 c...

June 6th 2007 at 11:50am 0 Comments
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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...

May 9th 2007 at 6:28pm 0 Comments
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Team Xtender, the group behind the chrome casing and Black Knight Wii mods, plans to diversify its line of I-Case replacement shells with a more colorful look. The mod manufacturer has posted photos of its concept models in their new outfits, dressing the Wii and its stand in red, yellow, green, blu...

April 10th 2007 at 4:15pm 0 Comments
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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...

January 6th 2007 at 9:48pm 0 Comments
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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...

January 6th 2007 at 9:48pm 0 Comments
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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 XF...

December 29th 2006 at 1:30pm 0 Comments
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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 sever...

December 22nd 2006 at 6:55pm 0 Comments
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At $79.99, TeamXtender's XFPS 360, a keyboard and mouse adapter that also sports a PlayStation 2 device port, is no impulse buy. But, aside from being an obvious investment for PC-trained gamers, XFPS 360 promises some bizarre possibilities by way of its PS2 port. Never mind that wielding your Dual...

December 19th 2006 at 8:25pm 0 Comments
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Last week we reported that TeamXtender had plans to create an adapter for your 360 so you could hookup your mouse, keyboard or PS2 controller. Today, TeamXbox received some prototype shots of the device as TeamXtender seems to be moving full speed ahead in development. The adapter itself is looking...

November 22nd 2006 at 8:00pm 0 Comments
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If for some odd reason you wish you could use your uncomfortable PS2 controller on your 360, then TeamXtender has an answer. TeamXtender is in the planning stages of creating an adapter that your Xbox 360 controller would plug into to allow full PS2 Dualshock support and would also allow keyboard/mo...

November 16th 2006 at 7:00pm 0 Comments
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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...

September 26th 2006 at 4:45pm 0 Comments