The Nintendo DS line has had many redesigns up to the present 3DS, but one thing that hasn’t changed are the tiny, easily lost cartridges. Enter Memorex’s $ 20 Universal Game Selector Case, announced as part of its gaming accessory lineup for E3. The UGSC stores up to three games and hooks up to the cartridge port on any DS, letting you swap between them using a signal routing switch. We’ve seen cases similar to this in the past, but Memorex’s take is the first to support 3DS titles as well. Based on the renders, the unit looks to make for a weird fit and some noticeable extra thickness (10.5mm to be exact), especially on the DSi XL, but hopefully we’ll get a better idea of how it feels in hand at E3. From a functionality perspective, the case does seem rather useful for those with forgetful tendencies, if a bit underwhelming for anybody else. Memorex will also be displaying its new third-party PS3 and Wii motion controllers at the E3, which are viewable in the gallery below, and there’s a press release with details after the break.
Gallery: E3 2011: Memorex’s WeTime gaming accessory line up
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Memorex’s Mirror for Photos line of external HDDs are designed for photographers. This external hard drive will automatically back up photos when connected to the computer without having to open a bunch of settings, or menus.
The device finds picture files on the computer’s hard drive and backs them up. It’s that simple. No hassles. That’s what makes this one worth the asking price. Memorex Mirror for Photos is available in 320GB, 500GB and 640GB. The 320GB Mirror is $ 79.99, the 500GB model retails for $ 99.99 and the 640GB version costs $ 119.99.
Taking a note from Clickfree, are we Memorex? The company that continually attempts to blow everyone away is back with its latest gust, Mirror for Photos. It’s an odd name for an external hard drive, particularly when you realize that it functions nothing like bona fide photo backup drives that are designed to tether to your DSLR. At any rate, this here drive ships with software (PC and Mac compatible, in case you’re curious) that instructs the HDD to backup to a host machine as soon as it’s plugged in. Sounds great in theory, but we’ve always found it superbly annoying to try and halt those automated processes when you’re just trying to drag and drop a critical meeting file while darting out the door. The unit itself measures in at 3- x 5- x 0.5-inches and gets all the power it needs from a USB connection; it’s on sale today at Toys R Us (yeah, seriously) for $ 79.99 (320GB) / $ 99.99 (500GB) / $ 119.99 (640GB).
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