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Splitfish Ships FRAGFX Shark, Barracuda and Piranha to Retail Stores

ZURICH / EDMONTON - November 2, 2010 - Leading gaming peripherals manufacturer Splitfish Gameware® announced today that they have shipped the best peripheral ever made for FPS games like the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops - the FRAGFX Shark their new power conserving precision mouse FPS controller for the PlayStation 3, PC and Mac. The FRAGFX Shark boasts a variety of innovations such as power conserving technology so that it requires only a single AA battery in the split fragchuck and mouse to provide 50+ hours of gaming time and 500 + hours on standby.

Other Features of the FRAGFX Shark include:

  • 1750 DPI Resolution Mouse
  • Full-Feldged PC-feel of the mouse on the PS3
  • Full PC support, either as a gamepad or mouse/keyboard control
  • Brand new wireless technology to 2.4 GHz
  • Fast access to special features (i.e. macro, Rapid-Fire, etc)
  • Easy built-in setup (no more firmware updates required!)
  • New dynamic zone adjust wheel

Joining the FRAGFX Shark at major gaming retailers all of the world are two other new peripherals, the FRAGFX Piranha and The FRAGFX Barracuda.  These additions provide an extended variety of innovative, affordable, high quality new peripherals promising to be the most intuitive and customizable solutions ever offered to high performance gamers on the PlayStation 3, PC and Mac.

The FRAGFX Shark, Piranha and Barracuda are also available to be purchased online at the www.SPLITFISH.com website and for USA AND CANADA  at AMAZON.com

“You need the right peripheral to be competitive in First Person
Shooter gaming - just like fighting games have fight sticks and driving games have driving wheels,” commented Jason Johnson, lead designer of the FRAGFX SHARK, “We recruited one of the best FPS gamers in the world (zDD) to make sure the FRAGFX Shark was right for the job and set a new standard in console FPS gaming.”

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Posted by: Redeema
Date: November 2, 2010

Categories: PlayStation 3 News, PC News, PC, PlayStation 3, News

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