Infinium Labs finally releases the Phantom Lapboard

After six years of highly-entertaining internet drama, Phantom Entertainment (nee Infinium Labs) have finally released their first product: the Phantom Lapboard. Back in the halcyon days of gadget gossip, the Lapboard was to be the controller-of-choice for the mythical Phantom Console... a console which, as everyone knows, was ultimately proven as vaporous as an ectoplasmic bottom blast. Regardless, a Bronx Cheer for Phantom Entertainment for finally getting their Lapboard to market. You sure did hang in there, kitty. A swiveling keyboard with a bottom tray for using a wireless mouse, Maximum PC reviewed the Lapboard in April, and said the keyboard was a little bit of alright, but the mouse was decidedly wimpy. At $129, then, this is probably a product for game historians only. Phantom Lapboard [Official Site]
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5 Responses to Infinium Labs finally releases the Phantom Lapboard

  1. Halloween Jack says:

    The company that was going to, like, totally reinvent gaming has given us… the inclined plane. Whoa.

  2. scaught says:

    I’ve seen this thing forever and ask:


  3. fenrox says:

    (See instead of nee)

  4. TheFirstMan says:

    Isn’t is “née”?

  5. konshuss says:

    it’s nee. nee = born, started as. In other words, the short version of saying formerly known as in context to this company. <— a lot quicker to say ‘nee’

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