CyWee Takes The Wiimote To The Next Level At CES 2009

Posted: Jan 7 2009, 2:41pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:28pm CDT, in News | CES


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The China based CyWee Group Ltd. debuts new products at the CES 2009 including a fancy Wiimote-like 3D game controller dubbed CYWEE Z.
The Cywee Z is 3-D motion-sensor controller that acts as both a gaming device and a 3-D mouse, first in the world to utilize 2-axies gyro technology for true 1:1 response.
As a gaming device, it leverages the power and flexibility of the PC and the internet to process the gaming content. The advantage of the Z is that the traditional gaming console is no longer required which lowers the cost of entry and choice limitations of console- specific games. As a wireless 3-D mouse it frees the user from the confines of a chair and desk, allowing computer navigation in 3-D space.The second product CyWee is showing is called CyWee X and is a wireless solution that streams real-time content without delay from your PC to your big screen TV in 1080p resolution. CyWee X uses 802.11n as underlying technology.

About CyWee
CyWee Group Ltd. was founded in August 2007, stemming from a joint venture by SB China Venture Capital (SBCVC) and Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). From hardware to software, CyWee combines the most advanced technology with the end-user in mind to produce a device that enhances the entertainment experience for everybody.
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