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Sony Bluetooth Headset For PlayStation 3

by Johan on November 8, 2010

The new Sony Bluetooth headset for the PlayStation 3 is a must have for intense online multiplayer games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops, MAG or the highly anticipated sci-fi shooter, Killzone 3. The device offers a dual-microphone design, automatic pairing via USB cable with the PS3, in-game headset status indicator, an easily accessible microphone mute button, and a charging cradle which also functions as a desktop microphone. What’s more, it is the only device to offer High-Quality (HQ) mode, which delivers crystal clear voice chat while gaming on the PS3. The Sony Bluetooth headset for PlayStation 3 has a built-in noise cancellation for filtering out ambient noise when used with the PS3 system as well as your cell phone. [PlayStation Blog]

Sunflex USA LLC is now shipping the Snakebyte Premium Remote XL+ controller for Nintendo Wii. With integrated MotionPlus functionality, the Remote XL+ is the first and currently the only third-party all-in-one solution for Wii players who demand optimum performance from a controller. The Snakebyte Premium Remote XL+ controller features strong vibration effects for more life-like gaming, an integrated speaker for realistic positional audio effects and a built-in memory to save settings and avatars. Additionally, players can use up to 4 units simultaneously for maximum multi-player fun. The device is powered by rechargeable Ni-MH batteries that can be charged via USB directly in the remote with the included USB cable. Available in black or white, the Snakebyte Premium Remote XL+ controller retails for $34.99 a pop. [Sunflex]

Sony has proudly announced that the company has shipped over 1 million units of its new Move motion controller for the PlayStation 3 in the United States. For your info, the Move has been sold for approximately 1.5 million units across Europe. This new gaming controller was launched just over a month ago on September 17th, 2010. [GameSpy]

The FCC has finally approved the Activision Top Shot Elite controller. The gun relies on a sensor bar and high-sensitivity camera for movement tracking. This gaming controller has analog controllers near the end of its barrel and on the back of the gun’s grip, and a pump-action reloading mechanism that works similarly to a shotgun. The Activision Top Shot Elite controller also features a scope with a red lens, giving players a different perspective on the environment. Activision will release the Top Shot Elite with a hunting game called Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011. The Top Shot Elite is scheduled for release this Fall for the Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. [Wireless Goodness]

THQ uDraw Drawing Tablet For Nintendo Wii

by Johan on August 17, 2010

THQ has rolled out the uDraw GameTablet for the Nintendo Wii. This drawing tablet will come bundled with an expansive drawing, coloring and art-based video games known as uDraw Studio, Pictionary, and Dood’s Big Adventure. The device is described a small white handheld tablet with a 4 x 6-inch drawing space and a detachable, pressure-sensitive, stylus designed to provide more subtle control and precision than available on the traditional Wii Remote. The Wii Remote docks discretely within the uDraw GameTablet, allowing the device to draw power directly from the Wii Remote. The uDraw GameTablet also supports tilt-and-roll movement options, which allows you to interact and control in-game characters by moving and directing them through game levels. [Pocket-lint]

Splitfish’s FragFx Shark controller enables Sony PlayStation 3 owners to enjoy the pressure sensitive control of an analog stick while maintaining the precision aiming of a mouse. The FragFx Shark is powered by only one AA battery, which provides more than 50 hours of gaming time and over 500 hours on standby. Too bad, there is no info on pricing at this time. [CrunchGear]

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