This Isn't Your Grandpa's Joystick Controller

Posted: Jul 28 2006, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 6:01pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

This Isn't Your Grandpa's Joystick Controller
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This controller was built with security systems in mind, but I'm sure that someone could use it as an ultimate remote control for their entertainment PC. It's the Cyber Controller 4000J by Win4net and it comes with a built-in 5-inch TFT screen.

It's built to easily toggle between and manipulate an array of cameras. In fact, it can handle up to 999 cameras. Unless you're running a 200-story casino in Vegas, it's doubtful that this controller will ever even test that limit in practical applications, but we love when there's a spec that just sounds really cool.Also, for the entertainment side of things, it can be programmed to control as many as 255 DVRs. Talks about never having to miss your favorite show again.

We couldn't find out exactly how much this thing's going to cost, nor when and where it'll be available, but there is a list of full technical specs at Aving. Via Born Rich

Report Published by: Mark Raby

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