PlayStation® Move - SPEEDLINK® with matching accessories right from release

SPEEDLINK® will be complementing the launch of the PlayStation® Move platform with its own portfolio

Coletta Joellenbeck
(PresseBox) ( Weertzen, )
Autumn 2010 marks the launch date of the new PlayStation Move motion controller platform for the PlayStation 3. The platform will comprise a Bluetooth®enabled motion controller, a navigation controller and the PlayStation® Eye camera. SPEEDLINK is currently hard at work developing matching accessories to impress retailers and gamers with a range of products right from when the platform is released.

The SPEEDLINK portfolio for the PlayStation® Move aims to increase easeofuse and gaming fun.With a collection of controller attachments, such as tennis rackets and a whole set of assorted sports accessories in the Sports Pack, SPEEDLINK will make games more realistic and improve accuracy.There will also be a special range of customised accessories such as guns for gamers who are mad about action games.

The experience gained with rechargeable devices such as the Nintendo DS(TM) and wireless Wii(TM) Remotes clearly shows that power is an extremely important area - and will continue to remain so as both the Move controller as well as the navigation controller are battery powered. With the Dual Charger, SPEEDLINK is currently developing a charging station which enables the batteries to be recharged quickly and easily.

Controller grip is immensely important when it comes to motion controllers. To ensure the wandshaped motion controller and navigation controller sit securely in gamers' hands, SPEEDLINK will be offering a range of silicone protective skins which will be available in a variety of funky colours right from when the PlayStation Move launches.

Coletta Jöllenbeck, Director Sales & Purchase at Jöllenbeck comments: "For us, the PlayStation® Move is a key topic for this coming Christmas season. The Nintendo Wii(TM) has already found its way into many people's homes, impressing them with the concept of motion control. We're certain that this level of success can also be achieved with the PS3 - and we're already looking forward to announcing a whole series of PlayStation® Move products."
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