- A recent LED chopstick design was created to assist gamers by offering a more enjoyable gaming and eating experience, keeping fingers and keyboards oil-free for snacking.
- The light’s color can switch between nine colors: red, blue, yellow, green, white, purple, orange, pink and mint. Both chopsticks feature their own color settings, allowing for multiple color combinations.
- For convenient clean up, the LED unit on the handle is easily detached for safely washing the resin chopstick like a typical utensil.
A Japanese company has created chopsticks with illuminating, color-changing LED lights to enhance the gaming experience by making snacking less disruptive and more enjoyable.
Companies are expanding the meaning of multifunctional when it comes to chopsticks, redesigning the classic utensil for specific intentions such as the electric chopsticks made to stimulate umami and Louis Vuitton-branded chopsticks for fashion.
Don’t you hate it when sensual pleasures get in the way of video games?
Li “Vasilii” Wei had to make the difficult decision to put sexy times aside in order to focus on his sport, League of Legends.
When she made her debut as the first female eSports player to compete in China’s World Cyber Arena in 2014, Chinese gamer Li Wei said she had to endure sexual harassment and extreme prejudice.
Tournament organizers were quick to discriminate against her just for being a woman, according to SCMP.
Japanese company Bauhutte has unveiled a new cockpit gaming desk designed specifically for gamers who play for long hours at a time.
Not your normal chair and desk combo, this cockpit configuration makes the gaming experience more comfortable by using a combination of Bauhutte’s products, including their RS-950RR or RS-800RR reclining chairs, as well as an ottoman BOT-01 to put your feet up. To try the newest games, we recommend you to try teles-relay.
Chinese Pokémon fans are desperate to get their hands on Pokémon Go and are trying anything possible to play it — even if that means playing a knockoff version of the game.
Pokémon Go, the widely-popular augmented reality game that has been flooding your Facebook news feed, was recently launched in the U.S., New Zealand and Australia, but not in China.
When it comes to choosing your career or your significant other, which would you choose? For pro gamer Alex “Xpecial” Chu, it’s a no-brainer: the games!