Asus Shows Wii Inspired Motion Controllers For Eee PC

Posted: Jun 6 2008, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:35am CDT, in News | Gaming

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Asus exhibited at the Computex 2008 the Asus Eee Stick. The Asus Eee Stick consists of two motion controllers similar to the Nintendo Wii controllers.

The Asus Eee controller incorporates one navigation controller, one activation controller, and a dongle to provide users with motion, pointing and tilt functions.
With three operation modes (3D Motion Control Mode, Pointing Mode and tilt Control Mode), you can experience a whole new way to enjoy almost every type of game that includes action, "Beat-'Em-Up", FPS, light gun, racing and flight games.The Asus Eee Stick is equipped with a 10 meter wireless working range. The Eee Stick is also cross-platform compatible, and can be used in conjunction with PC game pads, mice and keyboards.

There is no word yet on when Asus will be going to offer the Asus Eee Stick and what the price will be.
Via the Asus site.

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