Datel Unveils New PS3 Range

Datel is unveiling some cool new accessories for the PS3. They include:

  • A Bluetooth wireless headset for £24.99/$49.99.
  • A wired headset for £14.99/$19.99.
  • DataMAX for transferring PS2 savegames to PS3 for £14.99/$24.99.
  • Component video cables for £14.99/$19.99.
  • MAX Drive 160, an external 160GB (USB) hard drive for £99.99/$169.99. (Isn’t that price a bit much?)
  • WiFi MAX for adding WiFi to your PS3, for £29.99/$39.99.
  • PowerBoard black corded keyboard for £14.99/$19.99.

Coming soon. Hmm. You know what would be cool? If I could get a Bluetooth headset with a switch on it to switch it between pairing-for-PS3 mode and pairing-for-something-else mode.

Datel Unveils Exciting New PS3 Range!

Written by: Blackstaffer - News Contributor

  1. #1 by MetalProxy on March 29th, 2007 [ 3426 Points ]

    Its averaging a dollar a gig it seems. By next year it will be half that.

  2. #2 by Henning on March 29th, 2007 [ 0 Points ]

    Well, IFRC, I paid about $230Cdn for a 500GB HDD a couple weeks ago., though it wasn’t USB.

  3. #3 by Pc on March 29th, 2007


  4. #4 by Sporty on March 29th, 2007 [ 95 Points ]

    You can get a generic USB inclosure for about $15 US though. should be similar in EU. As long as you format it to Fat32 it should work.

  5. #5 by Segitz on March 29th, 2007 [ 1470 Points ]

    Logitech has a new “gaming” headset, which costs 42€ at Amazon Germany (SRP is 65€ iirc).

    I might take this, as I have made only good experience with Logitechs devices, and I have many!! (3 mice, a keyboard, racing wheel, amiga mouse^^, psp stuff)

  6. #6 by Segitz on March 29th, 2007 [ 1470 Points ]

    You can get cheap external USB inclosures for 3.5” HDDs for less than 15€ here. The 2.5” are a little bit more expensive, but only a little bit (the advantage of these is, they dont need another power plug, as they are powered via USB)

  7. #7 by Sporty on March 29th, 2007 [ 95 Points ]

    At least I’m not the only one that mis-spelled enclosure :D

    But ya, Logitech has a solid history with what I’ve bought form them.

    I still need to pick up a headset. But like Henning said, it would be nice to use it for cell phone along with PS3 without a hassle

  8. #8 by yodaddy on March 30th, 2007

    do they take visa?

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