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Nyko Announces Type Pad Pro for Wii

LOS ANGELES - June 9, 2010 - Nyko Technologies®, the premier videogame accessories manufacturer, today announced its Type Pad Pro for the Wii™ is now available at Amazon.com and Canadian retailers. Featuring a full QWERTY thumbpad, the Type Pad Pro is ideal for typing on the Wii, game chat interaction, online navigation and Wii Shop Channel browsing, while maintaining pointer functionality with either the Nyko Wand or Wii Remote™.

The Type Pad Pro is fully supported by applications that utilize keyboard functionality like the Opera® Browser, Animal Crossing™: City Folk and Wii friend messaging. In addition, the Type Pad Pro features Nyko’s Trans-Port Technology™, which allows the A and B buttons to be accessed directly from the device’s two trigger buttons when used with the Nyko Wand. Convenient A and B button access on the back of the Type Pad Pro allows for smoother and easier scrolling, zooming and clicking while browsing the web, enabling user-friendly web navigation. The device features up to 25 feet of wireless range and requires no additional batteries.

“Text input on the Wii has been limited to the on-screen keyboard or large, clunky hardware,” said Chris Arbogast, director of marketing at Nyko Technologies. “We are excited to see the Type Pad Pro release and provide a convenient all-in-one solution to type, navigate and control your Wii experience.”

The Type Pad Pro is available now at major North American retailers for a MSRP of $29.99. Connect with Nyko for your chance to win exciting Nyko prizes by visiting Nyko’s Website, Twitter or Facebook. You can purchase the Type Pad Pro directly from Amazon.

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Date: June 9, 2010

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