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Logitech unveils game controller

Logitech unveils game controller

Swiss-based Logitech recently unveiled a new game controller with an innovative built-in fan-based cooling system, designed to keep the hands of gamers cool and dry - even during intense competition. The Logitech ChillStream controller for PC is the only new game controller to offer this exclusive, patented technology.

The plug-and-play,full-speed USB Logitech ChillStream controller for PC works on Windows XP computers and with Windows Vista. The metal grille that covers the air intake at the base of the controller accents the controller's stylish silver-and-black color scheme. The controller features Logitech's patented floating D-pad, which uses four points of contact instead of a single pivot point - a design that resists side-to-side tipping inherent in other controllers, making the controller more precise. The controller's analog stick has been machine-tested to perform at least one million circular revolutions, ensuring that it can handle the rigors of gaming over a long period of time.


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