The Wii U is in line for its time in the hacker spotlight, with the Wii U GamePad hacked to work as a simple PC controller. The modder, Chris Manning, learned the GamePad's input by connecting the Wii U browser to a site running a custom script. He was then able to map the GamePad inputs to keyboard functions. While it doesn't support touch screen at the moment, Manning told Kotaku that he plans to integrate it in a future update, as well as attempt to crack GamePad streaming. Check out the video below to see how it works, and then grab the files to perform the mod yourself.
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Nintendo just finished presenting its annual E3 Media Briefing, and they went all out on letting us know about the games that'll be coming to the Wii U console. In addition, the company put together a video tour of the Wii U GamePad itself, allowing gamers to learn more about the unique peripheral and all it can do. Get a look at the video above.
Logitech’s G19 Keyboard won the Best of Innovations in Electronic Gaming at this year’s CES. With a color GamePanel LCD, its tilting 320x240p display gives gaming info for over 60 games, VoIP data, a clock and CPU load. There are 12 programmable G-keys with 3 macros per key. It also features multi-key input-functionality, 2 USB 2.0 ports and a Game Mode switch to disable the Windows Key so you don’t get locked out. Compatible with both PCs and Macs, you can get the award winning gameboard for $79.99 this March.
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