While most nearby attendees were completely absorbed by the firm’s Switchblade compact gaming notebook, a few were getting hands-on with the company’s latest controllers.
Collaboration with Sixense has brought forth a motion-sensing controller set that has several key advantages over the familiar Wii controller, most notably its use of magnetic sensors to determine the controller’s exact location and orientation in reference to the display. We were unfortunately told to await further announcements about this product’s future availability and price.
A new version of the classic gamepad has also been introduced for the XBox 360 that fortunately also supports PCs. The Onza Tournament Edition controller has adjustable resistance for both of its analog control sticks and will be released on January 17.