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Ok, so it requires a dongle, big deal? We just think it's funny that Datel, the hacky console accessory manufacturer extraordinaire has an Xbox 360 Bluetooth headset long before Microsoft's own wireless headset is due to hit shelves. Assuming, of course, that Datel fulfills their June 30th pre-orde...

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June 26, 2006 at 10:36PM
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Xboxic points X360F to this Amazon UK listing for the much vaunted Datel Bluetooth headset. Amazon currently has the item available for pre-order, with a release date of June 30th. I'd take this release with a grain of salt though: the original date from Datel was March 17th. Datel's awful website s...

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I know a lot of gamers shy away from third-party hardware, but I personally have had no qualms with any third-party products in my lifetime. If you're one of the latter, then you may be interested in some of the products Datel has lined up for the PSP, products designed to provide you with more stor...

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If someone doesn't stop them, and their practice of releasing myriad Xbox 360 add-ons continues unabated, it's only a matter of time before Datel releases a knock-off Xbox 360 console (presumably titled the Xmaxx 720) that looks and works just like the 360. You can now add this $15 (that's $5 belo...

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After month's of whining, there's finally a product that does the simplest of things: lets you use your regular headsets with the Xbox 360 and maintain mute and volume control. Datel has introduced yet another product to their growing stable of Xbox 360 peripherals (Bluetooth headset, 4GB HDD, Seri...

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That 12GB partition on your Xbox 360 not doing it for you? Datel -- the company that's carving out something of a niche with console storage peripherals -- has what looks like a unique solution. The XSATA connects to your 360 and your PC, letting you back up your console data to the PC, freeing up ...

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You could spend $20 on a bare PCB that requires you to remove the hard drive if you want to access what's inside, or you could spend $40 and get Datel's XSATA device. It sits between the hard drive and the console, allowing the 360 and your PC to "share" the hard drive using a simple high...

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No more velcro'ed hacks necessary, Amazon.co.uk has a listing for the elusive, though now proven real, Bluetooth adapter for the 360! There is one problem though: if you just want the adapter, it comes bundled with a (potentially redundant) headset. Unfortunately, the manufacturer's really crappy we...

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TeamXbox has the goods on Datel's Xbox360 Transfer Kit available this week: Datel's Transfer Kit for Xbox 360 allows you to transfer data from your Xbox 360 memory cards to your PC. By using your PC's storage capacity to hold almost unlimited back-up 'images' of your Xbox 360 memory cards, you can a...

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Datel must have gotten these 4GB hard drives wholesale, cause they're back with another use for them! First the 4GB PSP drive, followed by the (pretty useless) 4GB Xbox 360 hard drive, and now the 4GB Nintendo DS MAX Media Player! Using the Game Boy Advance cartridge slot to store and power the har...

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Our skepticism regarding Datel's 4GB USB HDD appears to have been well-founded. Reputable import shop, Lik-Sang, has gotten their hands on an early unit and confirmed our apprehensions: "...If you are waiting for a third-party HDD for your core Xbox 360 system because you are pissed at both t...

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Datel has announced a 4GB mini hard drive designed for the Xbox 360. Of course, that means it's a standard 4GB USB drive that will work with your PC just as it would your 360, but it has the 360 color scheme thing going for it. Available for preorder for about $135, the device doesn't replace your ...

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