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Speedlink shows off line of PlayStation Move accessories

Posted on Wednesday, August 25 2010 @ 12:42:54 CEST by

Speedlink announces a series of accessories for Sony's upcoming PS3 Move controller:
The launch of the PlayStation® Move system in September 2010 marks a new chapter in the PS3’s® success story – and SPEEDLINK® will be there right from the start. The manufacturer will offer an end-to-end range of practical accessories which will increase ease of use, protection and above all the sheer fun of gaming with Sony’s® motion control system. When developing the Move range, SPEEDLINK® incorporated the many years of experience it gained from its highly successful Wii® accessories range to start manufacturing matching products months before the launch of the new platform. The Move portfolio will initially comprise two chargers, a sports attachment set for the motion controller, a gun attachment as well as protective silicone skins for both Move controllers.

SPEEDLINK® will offer an end-to-end range of matching accessories right from when the PlayStation® Move motion control system for the PS3® goes on sale this autumn.

The products in detail:
BAY 4-Port Move Charging System – € 29,99
TRIDOCK 3-in-1 Move Charging System – € 19,99
MATCH 3-in-1 Move Sports Set – € 19,99
PEACEMAKER Move Gun – € 14,99
GUARD Silicone Skin Kit – € 6,99



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