Top Gaming Gears At E3

Top Gaming Gears At E3

Razer Star Wars Edition Headset

Razer showcased some cool gear. One was the Star Wars headset. It has 5.1 channel virtual surround sound. Sadly people could not give them a go as they were in glass enclosures. But they were attractive to look at.



This is Nintendo’s new con­troller. But don’t get your credits cards—it’ll only hit the stores some time in 2012. Wii U has a 6.2-inch screen in the middle that lets you play multi and single player games using the TV and the controller—which is the USP of this game controller.



This was one of the hottest attrac­tions as the E3. What these spec­tacles for your Kinect console do is that it reduces the play area for Kinect by 40 per cent. You won’t need the required 6 ft of space that the Kinect required when you use the Nyko Zoom. It will be out in a couple of month.



3DS has twin screens like the earlier DS. However, 3DS has a 3D upper screen that doubles the fun. The 3D is OK, and you don’t need to wear any geeky glasses. There are plenty of game choices, including our favourite Mario.



Avenger is a controller that gives you the edge in professional gaming. It is a pad cover with specially designed tentacles and buttons that reduce finger lag and increase response time. The pad is available for both Xbox 360 and PS3 controller.



PSP has been the favourite handheld gaming device for al­most a decade. Now Sony has introduced the successor, PS Vita. It has dual analogue sticks, OLED touch screen interface, Wi-Fi, 3G, GPS, motion sensor and above all, two cameras, one in front and one in the rear. Users can also join the PS community and interact with members and stay updated on new games and happenings.


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