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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
For a very short list of phones, anyway.
Still needs the Founder's Edition for access.
Foot-based motion control.
Still no launch date, though.
Expands gaming's reach.
Xbox One, PC compatibility.
Promises individual finger tracking.
Pick your colours, from £69.99.
Claims a military inspiration.
Offers true 'grasp' support.
No dongle required.
Could be a future PSVR accessory.
£80 for the double-pack.
Three games, free controller and Grid.
Kinect for Windows v2 around the corner, too.
Loses the touch-pad altogether.
Valve's new Steam Machine and Controller gets an outing on video.
The Playstation 4's controllers will have basic compatibility with Windows PCs without the need for third party drivers according to Sony.
Joining SteamOS and Steam Machines, the new controller uses trackpads for thumbsticks.
Steam's TV and controller friendly Big Picture mode has left beta and officially launched.
Corsair has acquired Raptor Gaming, and plans to expand its gaming peripherals line-up.
Veho has announced a keyboard and controller hybrid peripheral.
Word on the SSD street is that Sandforce is reading its SATA 6GBps controller as soon as Sept.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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