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Tuesday July 1, 2008 3:27 pm

Bleeding Edge TV 275: The EeeStick motion game controllers from Asus


At the booth during , we had the pleasure of looking at their new EeeStick video gaming controllers. Similar to the ‘s Wii Remote and Nunchuk, aiming and player movement is controlled by swinging the right controller around and moving the left thumbstick.

Sunrise Kuo of Asus showed us a demo of the controllers in action. When they’re ready in July or August, they will be packaged with the Asus EeePC 901 or EeePC 1000 models.

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Puts me in the mind of the Wii. I do like the fact that you dont have to use the keyboard, I think its neat that they have come out with these for the computer. Would be easier to play a game I think, dont know if I would want to stand all that time though. I wonder how much these are gonna run for.

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It puts me in mind of the Wii. Not as much moving around though, and its good that you can have multiplayer, I like fact that you dont have to use the keyboard thats a plus.

In the article it says they will be packed with either the EeePC 901 or the EeePC 1000 which is nice, but are they gonna be available for purchase by themselves or are you gonna have to purchase one of the EeePc’s as mentioned to get them?


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