Reusable, Stick-and-Play Controls Help Improve Movement and Click When Gaming on Touchscreen Devices
CHICAGO – Dec. 20, 2012 – SteelSeries, the leading manufacturer of gaming peripherals today announced the availability of the SteelSeries Free Touchscreen Gaming Controls, a mobile gaming accessory that is designed to enhance the gaming experience that is normally found on touchscreen devices. These stick and play, tactile controls help improve movement and click especially in games that mimic controller layouts with on-screen controls. They are compatible with touchscreen devices including: iPod touch®, iPhone®, iPad®, Windows® Smartphones & tablets, and Android® Smartphones & tablets. Available now on the SteelSeries Web Shop and in select retail and e-tail locations, the Free Touchscreen Gaming Controls are $19.99/ €19.99 MSRP.
Included in the package are 3 buttons and a joystick that can be stored in the included, sleek carrying case. The buttons adhere to the screen with high-grade micro suction cups made of a conductive rubber, which transfers the movement from your fingers, through the rubber and to the screen. The analog stick provides directional movements and adheres to the screen with 9 mini suction cups for an unparalleled grip. The SteelSeries Free Touchscreen Gaming Controls are reusable and can be wiped clean to rejuvenate their stickiness.
SteelSeries is a leading manufacturer of top quality gaming peripherals from headsets, keyboards, and mice to controllers, surfaces, and software. For more than a decade, SteelSeries has been on the forefront of designing and creating gear for competitive gamers. The company’s continued innovation also comes in collaboration with the world’s leading professional gaming teams and partners. SteelSeries is a global brand that continues to support the growth of competitive gaming tournaments and electronic sports leagues through professional team sponsorships, partnerships, and community support. For more information, please visit http://steelseri.es.
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