Finally! I was hoping to see this show up on the market soon. I remember reading about it a while back and wondered if it was going to make it public. +to my wish list!!
Sweet, I agree it is about time that the PC gets this type of tech it is a much more powerful platform than any console. Plus with all the crazy hardware/software modders out in the world they will probably find some ways to use these for even more.
This is awesome! So now you really can just have an htpc instead of a console system. On a side note, was Razer the company who a while back was going into a secret lab to produce new products? Or was that a different company or am I just crazy?
Now you're just mashing it!
Yep, this is a real interesting device, they made a video on it and it seems so cool. I would love to buy it when it is released.
I will be checking this one out to see the exacts. I really want to see the video so I can understand how these specific cntrollers are used. The coverage of titles is pretty wide especially for a new to market device.
this would be a total blast ! The first thing I thought of after watching the vid was i gotta make some more room so I could easily move around >>rearrange the coffee table,shove a bunch of stuff out of the way, & check the cushions for lost change and hopefully find some cash.
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omegadraco:Sweet, I agree it is about time that the PC gets this type of tech it is a much more powerful platform than any console. Plus with all the crazy hardware/software modders out in the world they will probably find some ways to use these for even more.
Well they managed to get a Nintendo Wii controller working with a PC, there's no doubt in my mind they couldn't do the same for PC specific hardware.
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