JOYTECH North America, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive Software, and a leading designer/manufacturer of third-party video game peripherals, today announced its new line of accessories designed specifically for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Available this fall, JOYTECH's product line up will include the first Microsoft-endorsed Xbox 360 audio-visual control center, as well as Xbox 360 racing wheel, controller and faceplates.
JOYTECH is one of a select group of companies to hold a coveted license with Microsoft for Xbox 360 third-party accessories at launch. Built from the ground up for the new console, the product line has the look and feel of Xbox 360 and will offer the same high-quality, innovative designs at competitive prices that have made JOYTECH the leader in third-party peripherals in Europe.
Other future Xbox 360 console products from JOYTECH include the Headset Communicator, as well as HDTV compatible digital AV and VGA cables.
"JOYTECH's official Xbox 360 endorsement by Microsoft gives us a competitive edge," said Lee Guinchard, President, JOYTECH North America. "We are excited to unveil a product line that will allow gamers to immerse themselves in this revolutionary new console. We've put our years of expertise designing award-winning, market-leading products into these new and exciting peripherals."
Neo Se Controller:
JOYTECH's Neo Se Controller offers style, comfort and unmatched feel, plus instant access to movies, music and games on Xbox 360 via the back-lit Xbox Guide button. Ergonomically designed left and right shoulder buttons give an unprecedented level of control, while high-intensity dual-vibration feedback, two analog pressure point triggers and an eight way directional pad provide an incredibly realistic gaming experience. The controller also features an expansion port and a ten-foot break-away controller cable. MSRP is $29.99.
Nitro Racing Wheel:
This aggressively styled wheel provides a driving experience guaranteed to maximize and intensify popular racing games. A full rubber wheel head provides a secure, comfortable grip and precise steering. Additionally, four wheel-mounted paddles, sequential stick-shift, high-intensity dual-vibration feedback and four preset steering sensitivity modes allow gamers to customize the experience to suit their personal taste. The wheel is Xbox Live online game service compatible and includes a back-lit Xbox Guide button for instant access to digital music, game and movie libraries. MSRP is $79.99.
The first Microsoft-endorsed audio-visual control center for Xbox 360, JOYTECH's high tech control center allows users to organize and customize their gaming experience. A high-quality removable faceplate provides the option of customization, while a backlit LCD screen shows the name of each input channel for simple navigation on the programmable display. The control center's LCD characters rotate automatically, allowing the center to be used horizontally or vertically.
The system also includes electronic switching and remote control, connections for HDTV ready component video, S-Video and composite AV, four digital optical inputs for digital sound and a removable faceplate. For reliable Internet connection, the center features a built-in five port 10/100 Ethernet switch. In addition, advanced signal technology regulates the output channel and automatically compensates for weak signals. MSRP is $99.99.
Interchangeable faceplates for customization of the Xbox 360 and the JOYTECH Control Center make it easy and fun to change the look of the console. With several designs to choose from, gamers can tailor their setup to match their personality, mood and unique sense of style, creating a one-of-a-kind entertainment center. The faceplates are created for easy switching and allow gamers to maintain full functionality of Xbox 360 and JOYTECH's Control Center. MSRP is from $9.99 for the single pack and from $14.99 for the double pack.
JOYTECH's licensed products for the Xbox 360 are scheduled to be released in North America and Europe this November.
No trngo tiempo para traducirlo pero decir que el volante dispone de dual vibration feedback (no force feedback) que no creo que sea igual o meejor que el FF.