Happy unofficial start of summer! The Memorial Day weekend kicks off with a bunch of electronics deals, including some of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. Notably, the Google Pixel 3a has dropped to $280 (the 3a XL is also deeply discounted) and Ap...
Want something unique for your gadget collection? Look no further than SainSmart’s DIY Game Console Kit V2. This kit gives you everything you need to build your own primitive handheld gaming system, which plays simple games on a grid of LEDs.
The kit does comes with simple versions of Tetris and Snake, as well as a racing game and a shooter. But if you’re savvy enough, you can write your own custom games too. Assembly is simple and easy to do by yourself as long as you have basic soldering skills. When it’s ready to go, you can play it using either USB or battery power.
Don’t just play the games, build the system you play them on, and get the DIY Game Console Kit V2 for only $17.99 in the Technabob Shop.
Want to explore a galaxy far, far away? With The Classic Star Wars Gamer Bundle, you’ll get two games that let you explore that universe, but for less than the price of one.
First, you’ll be able to dive headfirst into Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy. In this game, you become a Jedi apprentice, learning the ways of the galaxy directly from the horse’s mouth: Jedi Master Luke Skywalker himself. You’ll befriend all your favorite Star Wars characters and battle beside them shoulder to shoulder. Don’t go to the Dark Side – fight for the betterment of the galaxy!
Next, you’ll play the action-packed game that is Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast. Help Kyle Katarn as he reclaims his power and fights the new evil force that’s threatening the safety of the galaxy. Explore new attack and defense moves using a whole new set of lightsabers, and control the Force – it is with you, after all.
Don’t just watch Star Wars in the movie theater this weekend. Live the Star Wars story yourself with The Classic Star Wars Gamer Bundle. It’s yours for only $5 in the Technabob Shop.
President Obama was there to address the audience at the first U.S. Memorial Day in more than 14 years when there was no ground war taking place. The venue was Arlington Cemetary.The President spoke...